Understand what algorithms are
Create simple programmes
Use technology to create content
Use technology to store digital content
Use a mouse or trackpad effectively to navigate websites
Save and reopen work on a digital device
Use technology safely
Log on to a computer
Keep personal information private
Recognise common uses of technology beyond school
Use logical reasoning to predict the behaviour of programmes
Debug simple programmes
Understand that algorithms are implemented as programmes on digital devices
Understand that programmes run by following precise instructions
Use technology to organise digital content
Use technology to create, communicate and collaborate
Use ICT to source, generate and amend images
Begin to change or enhance photographs and pictures (crop, recolour)
Create a simple animation using still images
Take digital photographs and record video
Use software to explore sound and musical phrases
Discuss and explore how to use ICT to organise, present and understand data as a simple graph
Use technology respectfully
Understand where/how to seek help when they have concerns about content
Write programmes that create specific goals
Use sequence in programmes
Work with various forms of input and output
Use search technology to communicate effectively
Use technology to collect information
Use a database to retrieve information
Present data in a range of ways to convey information
Use technology to collaborate on a task
Edit digital content in response to feedback
Use technology responsibly
Identify a range of ways to share concerns about conduct
Recognise the benefits and risks of different apps and websites
Understand the importance of a good password
Understand the dangers of spending too long online and the importance of regular screen breaks
Understand when to share personal information and when not to
I can experiment with variables to control models
Design, write and debug programmes that perform specific goals
Use sequence, selection and repetition in programs; work with variables
I can make accurate predictions about what I think will happen
Understand computer networks, e.g. the internet
I can select and use software to accomplish given goals
I can collect and present data in different ways
Design and create digital content for a specific purpose
I can evaluate and analyse information
I can use technology to collaborate in different ways
Use ICT to compose music or sounds including creating melodies
Storyboard and shoot a short stop motion animated sequence
Use a range of tools to edit and enhance media for particular effect
I recognise acceptable and unacceptable behaviour using technology
Know how to respond to unpleasant communications via texts, IM, email or chat rooms
Understand the opportunities technology offers for communication
Be discerning in evaluating digital content
I can combine sequences of instructions to turn an external device on and off
Understand how search results are ranked
Know where to find copyright free images and audio, and why this is important
Begin to question information based on author and location; recognise different viewpoints and the impact of incorrect data.
Share and exchange ideas using emails/electronic communication respectfully.
Understand the issues of copyright and the importance of acknowledging sources.
Understand that everything we do online leaves a digital footprint that can last forever.
Know what to do and who to contact if we see something that upsets / concerns us online.
Understand privacy settings and what pictures are appropriate to share online.
Discuss the benefits and dangers of communicating online/through different forms of technology.
Know the meaning of common website extensions (.org .net .Gov etc)
Understand what makes a strong password and why this is important at school and in the wider world
I recognise that different solutions can exist for the same problem
Appreciate how search results are ranked
Critically evaluate websites for reliability of information/ bias and authenticity to include use of social media
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