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Whoberley Hall

Primary School

Believing  Achieving  Learning for Life





At Whoberley Hall we teach a discrete sequence of lessons which are planned to build on skills in order to reach end of Key Stage National Curriculum outcomes.

We understand the key role technology has in society and we intend for pupils to not only be digital competent and have a range of transferable skills at a suitable level for their future endeavours, but also to be responsible online citizens.


Beginning right from the Early Years, all children will develop a clear understanding of the role of different technologies within our everyday lives. They will understand how to keep themselves and others safe when using technology and how to report inappropriate content.


In order to prepare them for later life they will understand the importance of keeping private information private and safe ways to communicate. Our children will learn to use a range of software to present their work from Key Stage 1 and move on to collecting, analysing and presenting data and information. Children will also build an understanding of how technology works as they learn to code. They will understand, use and write their own algorithms to achieve set outcomes and learn to debug mistakes as they arise.


Skills which are taught during discrete lessons are also applied within other curriculum areas to ensure regular revisiting.

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Whoberley Hall Primary School Values


To be kind is more important than to be right...Many times what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks but a special heart that listens Rishika Jain


I have learned that courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it Nelson Mandella


Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we fear less Marie Curie


"If you hear a voice within you say, 'You cannot paint,' then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced." Vincent Van Gogh


Respect is a mirror, the more you show it to other people, the more they will reflect it back Anonymous