The Framework can be used by schools to audit their current provision for ICT and to plan any changes that may be needed in order to deliver a full, broad and balanced ICT curriculum with clear progression from EYFS to Key Stage 3.   Whilst some suggestions are given about fleshing out the framework and about approaches to teaching and learning, there is sufficient flexibility and choice for a school to develop and personalise the curriculum so that it best meets the needs of their learners within their local context. However it is important that schools recognise that in order to deliver a broad and balanced ICT curriculum, they need to include all five areas of the curriculum framework in their provision. Why not check out ICT CPD 4 Free if you need further support……

A more detailed explanatory document will be available shortly and the intention is to use this area to provide a toolkit of resources, research and examples of how aspects can be delivered in the classroom.

Features of Third Millennium Learning – culture, attitudes, pedagogies, environment and tools, use of higher order thinking skills – should sweep through each of the strands and areas for learning.

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