SEND Computing Scheme of Work

Collection of images around Computing

We have created a comprehensive Computing scheme of work for students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), in particular those working below age expectations. It includes activities for a range of abilities, from those students working on a developmental curriculum to students working at Key Stage 1 level. It also includes units to stretch more able students.

“We are all absolutely loving the scheme. It has made a huge difference to how we deliver computing and how confident we feel about it.”
Bee-Bot and mat
Park Academy

The scheme of work has been designed for teachers to find activities to suit students within a mixed ability class, and to be taught via wider curriculum areas. Each unit contains a large number of suggested activities, links to resources, and progression statements. The scheme covers the breadth of the National Curriculum, with units grouped in areas: What is a computer, Multimedia, Data handling and Programming & Algorithms. 

The scheme of work is available free of charge to subscribing schools. Non-subscribers can purchase the scheme as a standalone product for £500. We can also offer a combination of training with the scheme of work. For more details and prices for options, please contact catherine.elliott@sheffield.gov.uk.

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