St Francis C.E. Primary School

St Francis C.E. Primary School

  • “Governors share the passion of senior leaders to secure the best possible outcomes for pupils.”OFSTED June 2016
  • “Relationships between teachers and pupils are excellent.”OFSTED June 2016
  • “Teachers make activities fun and relevant, which captures pupils' interests and ensures their good learning.”OFSTED June 2016
  • “There is a strong and positive ethos in the school.”OFSTED June 2016
  • “Pupils make good progress across the school, particularly in writing and mathematics.”OFSTED June 2016
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computing and ICT

Computing and ICTAt St Francis, computers and other forms of ICT equipment are used throughout the school. In this ever-changing technologically enhanced environment, we feel that it is important to teach ICT skills both discretely and in the context of other curriculum areas. To enable this, in addition to an ICT suite, we have 32 laptops that can be used throughout the school along with class iPads and cameras. This allows pupils to have access to ICT whenever and wherever they need it to support their learning. Alongside this, a secure Wi-Fi network throughout the school ensures full connectivity.

To read more about our computing curriculum, please click here to see the scheme of work for years 1 to 6.

Staying safe online, also known as E-safety, is taught throughout the school as part of the ICT and PSHCE curriculum.  

E-Safety

At St Francis we believe it is very important to give E-Safety a high profile and to ensure that all pupils using technology, both in school and at home, understand how to remain safe and in control. For further information, please see our E-safety policy and codes of conduct.

The following websites contain useful advice for children and parents/ carers.

CEOP Child exploitation and online protection centre 

Thinkuknow  

CBBC

UK Safer Internet Centre 

Kidsmart   

Children are also expected to adhere to the E-safety Code of Conduct and parents and carers support this by signing a copy along with their children. The links below will take you to the relevant code for your child's age phase.

Foundation and Key Stage 1 Code of Conduct

Key Stage 2 Code of Conduct