This collection offers guidance on how to deliver the computing curriculum to pupils aged 5 to 11 with special educational needs who are working below national curriculum levels. The guidance document outlines the different computational thinking concepts and the P scales with which to assess children against.

In addition there are a number of activities which give SEND pupils the opportunity to access a variety of tasks. These have been broken down into simple easy to follow steps. Opportunities for differentiation and extension ideas are also provided.

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Bee-Bot route decomposition activity

This activity gives SEND pupils the opportunity to create a program to control a single Bee-Bot around a complex course. Pupils learn to break down a problem into smaller parts, create an algorithm and a program to move a robot to a specific point and to detect and correct errors in the program by creating obstacle...

Creating patterns activity

This activity gives SEND pupils the opportunity to look for patterns, complete sequences, create their own patterns and develop their understanding of algorithms by making instructions for others follow. Pupils will be challenged to create step-by-step instructions to create simple algorithms and opportunities are...

Dance-Move-Algorithms

This activity gives SEND pupils the opportunity to make up a dance routine and create a clear algorithm for a partner to follow. Pupils will learn to follow instructions, create a sequence of instructions for people to follow and to understand that the order of instructions is important. Dance move cards will...

Getting ready for school decomposition act

This in this activity SEND pupils will learn to break down a problem into smaller steps, to create a sequence of instructions for someone to follow and to understand that the order of instructions are important. Pupils will decompose the act of getting ready for school by breaking down the activity into smaller...

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