SEND Computing Scheme of Work

We are pleased to announce an update to our Sheffield SEND Computing Scheme of Work for learners with special educational needs, covering the range from P5 to the old national curriculum level 2+.

“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.”  
Park Community Academy

It contains units organised into the following strands containing a large number of activities at 3 levels. It also now includes a number of extension units for more able pupils.

 

SEN Computing overview of units

Each unit contain a list of suggested lesson ideas with a large number of resources, plus progression statements for pupils working at P5 to key Stage 1 level where appropriate. Online Safety is embedded across the strands with extra activities in an appendix. It is suitable for supporting non-specialists to deliver computing. See below for sample units and long-term plans.

CLick to download sample unitsClick to download progression appendix

 

 

 

 

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, plus there is a service to create a bespoke version to fit into existing cross-curricular themes. For more details and prices for options, please contact celliott@sheffieldclc.net.

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Sample documents:

SAMPLE Sheffield SEND Computing Scheme of Work 2017

Primary Long-Term Plan: Sample
KS3 Computing Long-Term Plan: Sample – mapped to cross-curricular themes
MediumTermPlan_Sample – with suggestions for activities linked to whole school cross-curricular theme

SEND Computing Progression Appendix – A set of progression documents to show progress in 5 areas, from P5 to the former NC level 2.

Online Safety Appendix – Information on incorporating Online Safety into the scheme of work and further resources.

 

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