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Unit 4:  Fair Cop – Analysing Data: 

In this unit the pupils learn about using a relations database. They create a simple flat file database, look at data types and properties. They also create queries including basic criterion, multiple criteria and logical operators. They use a relational database, understand what primary keys are and one to-many relationships. They create forms and reports to show the data and finally recap all the skills they have learnt to solve a murder. 

 

Unit 1 – Email – Using email to communicate with others. 

In this unit pupils are shown how email can support you when you need to organise work, events, etc.  They are taught the basic layout of an email and how to use email to communicate safely with others.  They are shown how Microsoft Outlook can support in running a calendar to organise and set reminders and using cloud to save and share work with others

SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT 

 

SS7 

I can maintain concentration on a subject for 10 minutes 

 

I can access a computer without help 

 

I can state a preference for equipment when using a computer 

 

I can use simple computer programs/on line  to find pictures e g horses/cars/ bikes4 

 

I can choose some software for familiar activities 

 

Computing Statement - I can respond to visual prompt on screen 

SS8 

I can find similar information in different formats 

 

I can use newspaper/website/books/TV to find pictures/information e.g. football team/ pop star etc.  

 

I can use ICT to present my ideas 

 

I can talk about what I am doing 

 

I can explain actions to adult when using a program 

 

I can identify different technology 

 

I can use different technology 

SS9 

I can state what the different formats are 

 

I can independently review the different formats and discuss ` 

 

I can print my work out and understand the different printer sign 

 

I understand the different programs/software making it able to search for information (Explorer/google) 

 

I can review how to follow procedure and try to repeat 

 

I can state/use the different Microsoft programs 

 

I can type simple words on a keyboard 

 

I can edit work using different functions 

SS10 

I can use input devices to manipulate items on a computer. (Keyboard, online keyboard, accessible mouse and switches) 

 

I can identify the different icons/objects. 

 

I can show that different information can be found in different forms 

 

I can identify work being printed and identify your own work. 

 

I can use a computer to work with a variety of sources (Writing, pictures and sound) 

 

I can identify different technology and discuss what it is. 

 

Computing Statement -  I understand what a simple algorithm is.  

 

Computing Statement - I can access the world wide web using a web browser  

 

Computing Statement - I understand the importance of staying safe online (thinkUknow age 5 - 7)  

SS11 

I can review printed work and state if it is good or bad ` 

 

I understand where the save Icon is and what it is looks like 

 

I can use a keyboard and mouse and include the different functions within work 

 

I can search for information using the internet 

 

I can copy text. Data and images 

 

I understand what different technology looks like and what it does. 

 

I can independently state what program to use to suite the best purpose 

 

I can handle different equipment and link words to what they are. 

 

Computing Statement - I can carry out a simple algorithm  

 

Computing Statement - I can identify the different programs to carry out the work 

 

Computing Statement - I understand the different features within the programme 

 

Computing Statement - I can access an computer considering the safety  

 

Computing Statement - I can state what e-safety is and the different forms of bullying linking it to technology  

SS12 

Computing Statement - I can recognises different types of data: text, number. 

 

I can independently (talk through) how to use a computer. (access computer, log on and navigate) 

 

I can enter, save and retrieve my work 

 

I can talk about my experiences of ICT both inside and outside school. 

 

Computing Statement - I can explain what an algorithm is. 

 

Computing Statement - I understand that algorithms are implemented on digital devices as programs. 

 

Computing Statement - I can design a simple algorithms using loop, and selection i.e. if statements 

 

Computing Statement - I can navigate the web and can carry out simple web searches to collect digital content. 

 

Computing Statement - I can demonstrate how to use of computer safely and responsibly, knowing a range of ways to report unacceptable content and contact when online. 

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