Teaching in the Internet age means we must teach tomorrow’s skills today
At Bowness Primary we understand that a high-quality computing education is essential for pupils to understand modern information and communication technologies (ICT), and for them to use these skills to become responsible, competent, confident and creative participants of an increasingly digital world.
Computing Club has been a great success this half term. The children have been exploring how to stay safe on line and using purple mash to its full potential in order to know and remember more about the computers. If you would like to join, please see Mr Hestford.
E-safety Cahmpions! Spreading the word back at school on home to be safe online.
February 2019 - Year 3/4 enjoying their coding sessions this half term. We are extremely proud of them!
Our digital leaders have enjoyed computing sessions with Waterloo primary and Bolton SCITT.
Year 5 have been developing their ICT skills.
Year 3 using instructions to create a Stoneage Necklace
Year 6 reading and creating their own India facts QR codes
Year 6 enjoyed making board games to promote E safety ready for the community workshop on Friday 30th September. We based it on snakes and ladders, but had to change the images. Well done all. Good team work.