Computing at Oakwood equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to enable them to become active participants in the ever-changing digital world.
We want our pupils to develop as respectful, responsible and confident users of technology, aware of how to keep themselves and others safe online. This is why we follow the Herts scheme with its undercurrent of e-safety in all units.
Helping at Home
Computing activities are a great way to engage the whole family. To get the conversation started, please read the computing reading for pleasure book list below.