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St Francis Church of England Aided Junior School

"Let your light shine bright"

Click on NEWS above (NEWSLETTERS below on phones) for the latest updates from school including what we have been learning, achievements, routines and dates for your diary. Thank you for your continued support, Mrs. Lakey and your St Francis' family.


We promote social and emotional development in Computing by...


  • Group work - Providing opportunities to work collaboratively developing respect for others ideas and opinions of others. Mutual Respect and Tolerance
  • Children can use computing as a way to express themselves and to communicate ideas. Individual Liberty
  • Children produce work that reflects the needs of different audiences within our community. Collaboration across the school - older children supporting the younger years within computing (Pre/Post Covid). (British Values: Mutual Respect and Tolerance individual Liberty)
  • Peer and self-reflection embedded into lessons. (British Values: Mutual Respect and Tolerance)
  • Participate in annual events such as National Computing Week, Safer Internet Day, Anti-Bullying Week.
  • Links through digital media services and through collaborations and competitions with other schools and communities.
  • By discussing the impact of ICT on the ways people communicate and helping children express themselves clearly. (British Values: Mutual Respect and Tolerance Individual Liberty)

We promote moral development in Computing by...


  • Teaching the importance of online safety. This is covered in each year group. (British Value: Rule of Law)
  • To have time to reflect and debate on the possible consequences of different actions and situations e.g. violent computer games, access to the Internet. (British Value: Democracy and Individual Liberty)
  • Participate in annual events such as National Computing Week, Safer Internet Day, Anti-Bullying Week (British Value: Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect and Tolerance, Rule of Law, Democracy)
  • Ensuring the children have the knowledge and tools to report any instances of bullying, cyber-bullying and online safety issues. (British Value: Rule of Law)
  • Children are encouraged to reflect on the use of social media. (British Value: Individual Liberty)
  • Exploring the moral issues around data and sharing information and access to personal data. (British Value: Mutual Respect and Tolerance)
  • By creating an awareness of; encouraging respect for and developing a tolerance of other people's views and opinions. (British Value: Individual Liberty)
  • Develop the understanding of moral aspects of developments on technology such as speed cameras, AI, data/device tracking & CCTV.
  • Manipulation of images by both companies and celebrities.
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