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Primary and Nursery School

‘Learning to Succeed’


At Homerswood Primary and Nursery School we aim to teach Computing to equip pupils for life long learning and to participate and actively engage in a rapidly changing world. We believe Computing skills are a major factor in enabling pupils to be creative, confident and independent learners in all aspects of the curriculum and their lives. Our focus is on developing the skills necessary for pupils to be able to use technology in an effective and transferable way.


The Internet has become an integral part of children's lives and increasing provision of the Internet in and out of schools brings with it the need to ensure that learners are safe through e-safety. It is important that children use the Internet safely at home. We suggest that you talk regularly with your child about how they use the Internet, as we do in Homerswood.

Year 5 Sharing Assembly on Safer Internet Day 2015

On Tuesday 10th February, Year 5 shared an assembly on internet safety. They shared useful tips and digital good deeds that you can do to keep safe when using the internet.

Below is a PowerPoint on using the internet safely and a video of Year 5's Sharing assembly.

Year 5 Sharing assembly on Safer Internet Day.mp4

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Choir singing 'Click Click' for Safer Internet Day 2015

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