Primary Schools

The Sheffield eLearning Team offers a holistic service, offering integrated curriculum and technical support for schools. Whether you need help delivering the computing curriculum; support to implement mobile technology to enhance literacy and numeracy outcomes; expert CPD to enable teachers to promote creativity in the classroom using multimedia; an ICT healthcheck or complete ICT infrastructure installation, our team can help.

We have a large range of technology that can be borrowed by subscribing schools, for example iPads, Android tablets, Bee-Bots, animation kits, control technology and digital still/video cameras.

Primary School Packages

Annual PackageCost 2016/17Days of Consultant SupportOtherContact
Primary Technical£4391Half a day per week technical supportNetwork health check; phone and email supportDavid Houston
david.houston@sheffield.gov.uk
Primary Standard£9661Access to the Sheffield Primary Computing Scheme of Work 2017. Loan kit; phone/email support; central course placesSue Finnigan
sue.finnigan@sheffield.gov.uk
Primary Enhanced£22734Access to the Sheffield Primary Computing Scheme of Work 2017. Loan kit; phone/email support; central course places; 2 staff meetingsSue Finnigan
sue.finnigan@sheffield.gov.uk

Prices shown are for Sheffield schools. If you are a school outside Sheffield, please see more details here.

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Sheffield Primary Computing Scheme of Work 2017

All of our curriculum packages include access to the new Sheffield Primary Computing Scheme of Work 2017. The successful Sheffield Primary Computing Scheme of Work for 2015 has been fully revised and improved according to feedback from teachers and national developments in thinking on computing. The new scheme enables children to create, refine and critically evaluate digital content as safe, active and creative participants in our digital world. The revised scheme contains:

  • Greater detail in activities to support non-specialists
  • A new Key Skills strand to ensure pupils are equipped to access the full curriculum using school technology
  • A growing bank of resources to support units, including sample code, lesson plans and web-based resources
  • Explicit links to Online Safety in relevant units (starred units are linked with the Sheffield Safeguarding Children’s Board Scheme of Work)
  • Alternative delivery suggestions, for schools using tablets, with a physical computing appendix using Code Bugs
  • Progression statements for each unit for pupils who are entering, developing and  secure, that can be used for assessment
  • A Foundation Stage 2 Computing Framework, giving ideas for using technology across FS2

The scheme can be bought as a standalone product, please contact Sue Finnigan for enquiries, sue.finnigan@sheffield.gov.uk / (0114) 2587728. For more information and to view sample units, click here.

“I was really impressed with the new Scheme of Work – it seems so accessible for teachers to use regardless of their personal confidence or skill level.  The list of tasks and suggested learning approaches means all children will be given a chance to succeed in Computing no matter what IT systems a school uses.  Great work!”                           

                                   Jim Dugmore, Headteacher – Porter Croft CofE Primary Academy

Scheme of Work Overview:

Primary Computing Scheme of Work Overview 2017

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