ICT, Computing Technologies, Digital Citizenship and Online Safety Intent Statements

Be confident communicators

Be knowledgeable

Be a good citizen

Be adventurous

Be ambitious

ICT: Computing Technologies, Digital Citizenship and Online Safety Computing Technologies At Cheveley Park, it is our intent to provide a robust curriculum which prepares all students for the demands of the technological world of the future. We want technologies to be used in innovative ways to enhance attainment and progression of all pupils as they journey through primary. We strive to be open to experimentation with new technological developments and working styles which could enhance the quality of curriculum provision. We believe that we can enhance pupil achievement by using ICT and Computing Technologies in new and creative ways, embracing it as a vital tool of all strands of modern life. When our pupils leave Cheveley Park we want them all to be knowledgeable, confident and competent in their use of a vast range of technology. The impact of what we do will be constantly evaluated and updated.
Digital Citizenship

Here at Cheveley Park Primary it is our intention that all students understand what it means to be an outstanding digital citizen. We want all students to be confident online communicators. We intend to engage students in the concept of the global village which is their digital world and to challenge how they see themselves within this world. It is our intention that all children become responsible, thoughtful digital citizens as they progress through primary education. All children will know how to be confident, competent and respectful online citizens. We aim for all children to be knowledgeable of the powers and joys of the online world. We want them to be ambitious and adventurous digital citizens who understand the extent of the digital footprint we leave with our online lives.

We want the environmental impact of our technology to be minimal.
Online Safety At Cheveley Park Primary School it is our intention that all students know how to be adventurous online without taking unnecessary risks for themselves or others. We want to ensure the safeguarding of all pupils whilst being mindful of the implications of rapidly developing technologies within our school community and beyond. We have developed a robust curriculum for Online Safety which ensures progression of skills and knowledge as they move up the school. We strive to effectively evaluate pupil voice for Online Safety through our E-Cadets (KS2) and E-Buddies (KS1). We record and manage any concerns about pupils’ safety online using the CPOMS system.