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Computer Science Intent
We aim to create tailored curriculums that develop a high level of digital literacy in all our students ensuring that they have the confidence to approach any digital tasks.
In addition, we aim to equip all our students with a broad range of computing skills and knowledge and the understanding of enterprises in the ever-changing technological and enterprising world that they currently live in, instilling hope for their future. Additionally, we promote Christian values of perseverance and character that inspire students to engage positively in a diverse and inclusive future. Furthermore, we strive to provide the administration opportunities1 for students to express their creativity, problem-solving and develop their confidence that open new pathways that our students once thought were inaccessible supporting students to live up to the potential that God gave us2.
As all God’s children, we encourage students to make wise choices, promote goodness when interacting with the digital world allowing students to further demonstrate positive and character. Most importantly to provide students with the e-safety skills to analysis the content they are see online and interactions they have and make safe and well-informed and godly decisions that will protect themselves from any form of online harm and distress as well as using social platforms for social justice.
1 'The skill of administration is a practical tool for the service and help of others' - Romans 12:7-8
2 ‘For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago’ - Ephesians 2:10