Our children enjoy and value their computing provision and make excellent progress. They ask the WHY behind their learning and not just the HOW. Our learners reflect upon and appreciate the impact computing has on their learning, development and well-being (‘Healthy bodies, Healthy minds’ curriculum driver). Finding the right balance with technology and staying safe, is key to an effective education and a healthy lifestyle. Children realise the need for the right balance and will continue to build on this in their next stage of education and beyond. The way pupils showcase, share, celebrate and publish their work will best show the impact of our curriculum; our children happily and confidently talk about their work. We look for evidence of the impact through reviewing pupil’s knowledge and skills digitally through Seesaw, observing learning and pupil voice. We assess through the unit outcomes using the ‘progress’ element of Seesaw half termly making an overall judgement at the end of each academic year. A monitoring and triangulation timetable is in place to identify and rectify any issues that arise to ensure that the children receive the most effective provision.