The world of technology is advancing all the time and children are exposed more and more to the wonders of it. There is constant chatter about the latest games, software and hardware available across the schools, so it is clear the children are excited about computing and want to learn how to use the latest software. With this in mind, we encourage children to use the internet safely, so each year children are reminded of how to use the internet safely and take part in an e-safety module as part of their Computing curriculum. 

At the Three Schools, we currently have Windows laptops linked to a central server loaded with Microsoft Office, alongside a range of other educational software, for example, Big Writing games, Kodu and Scratch. With the advancing of technology, we constantly aim to update our Computing equipment and the provision of Computing education in the Three Schools. 

Each classroom is equipped with an interactive whiteboard and a class set of laptops. A range of Computing equipment is available such as digital cameras, flipcams, roamers and visualisers.


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Designated Person for Child Protection is the Headteacher, Ms Carol-Anne McCollum

Deputy Designated Persons for Child Protection are Deputy Head Mr David May, Assistant Headteacher Mrs Heidi Martin and Mrs Rebecca Chapman-Hill