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Computing: Mrs Marta Carter & Claire Steggle

Mrs Marta Carter

I am Mrs Carter, Computing subject leader here at Ripple Primary school. As computing lead, my role is to support teachers where necessary, prepare children for the increasing digital future and monitor the progress of children.

To support the progress children make, I ensure that the National curriculum is taught through Teach Computing scheme which aids the progression of skills across all key stages in four main areas of Computing curriculum: computing systems and networks, creating media, data and information and programming.

In order to gain an understanding of how Computing is taught across the school, I ensure that my subject is monitored termly, gaining evidence from pupils’ work and pupil voice. This informs the strengths and areas for development in my subject, which I share with staff.

I believe teaching children the skills to keep themselves safe online is of paramount importance. To support this, teachers share information on online safety through assemblies and class-based activities. They also support activities during our yearly online safety day.

Another part of my role is working closely with our curriculum coordinator to ensure resources in school are up to date and meet the demands of the computing curriculum.  We are currently working together to increase the amount of technology available for the children to use.

To support my role as Computing Lead, I attend regular collaboration meetings and training sessions with other Computing leads within the borough.


Mrs Claire Steggle

I love computing and how it can make tasks easier and faster and I want to help all children (and adults) have the confidence to use computers without fear.

"Computing is not about computers anymore. It is about living."


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