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Computing Curriculum Vision
At Bell Farm Primary School we value the contribution that technology can make for the benefit of all pupils, staff, parents and governors. We strive to provide safe opportunities in all subjects to motivate and inspire pupils and raise standards across the curriculum. Everyone in our school community will become lifelong learners equipped to meet developing technology with confidence, enthusiasm and the skills that will prepare them for a future in an ever-changing world.
We are a Digital Schools Member
Our school is part of Parent Zone’s Digital Schools Membership programme, recognising our commitment to keeping our pupils safe online, and making sure we work with you and all of the school community to achieve this.
Digital Schools membership includes access to Parent Zone’s online digital parenting course; Parenting in the Digital Age. This short course gives you straightforward information and advice on how to manage and feel confident about your child’s online world.
For your free access to the programme, go to www.parentzone.org.uk/parentcourse.
- Click on the pink ‘Add to cart’ button to start your registration.
- On the next page click checkout. You’ll then be asked to enter your email address.
- On the next page, you will need to enter the coupon code DSP16 to ensure you have free access to the programme. The code gives you 100% discount on the price of the training.
Once you’ve completed the short registration you’ll receive two emails – one confirming your order and one with log in instructions. After clicking the link in the email, press the log-in button and you should be asked to set a password, after which you will be directed to the Parent Resources page where you can start the course.
Once you have logged in, the Parenting in the Digital Age course page will always be accessible at this link: https://parentzone.org.uk/advice/parenting-digital-age-online-course-parents.
Another benefit of our Digital Schools membership is access to an email help service for parents, so if you have any questions about the course or any aspect of your family’s online life, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for free, confidential advice.
Keeping your child safe online
At Bell Farm we take every aspect of your child’s safety very seriously. Following work with parents on online safety at Parents’ Evening, we have decided to produce additional guidance, designed to give you advice on how to keep your child safe online. We will talk you through some of the risks children may face in the online world, how to talk to your child about e-safety, and guide you to further advice. For more information, please go to: Online Safety