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At Blessed Mother Teresa’s we believe in a high-quality computing education to equip pupils to use thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. We want our pupils to become digitally literate so they are able to use, and express themselves and develop their ideas at a level suitable for the future workplace and as active participants in a digital world. Through our Curriculum Vehicle curriculum we ensure pupils are aware of career opportunities and can learn from expertise. It should be part of our daily lives so pupils can use it responsibly and safely.

 

Here at Blessed Mother Teresa’s Catholic Primary School we aim to help each child to develop into a;

 

Digital citizen – who is safe and responsible

Digital creator – who is logical and creative

Digital communicator – who is digitally literate

 

Computing Progression Documents

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The Best of The Best

 

Martha Payne

 

 

At Blessed Mother Teresa’s Catholic Primary School we like to learn from the best of the best. Martha Payne is an inspirational blogger who raised money for ‘Mary’s Meals’ a current charity our school is also supporting.

 

Launched on 30 April 2012 as a school writing project is much like a restaurant review, it features daily entries on the school meal that Martha  has chosen that day, her thoughts on the food. Nine-year-old Martha's first full entry was on 8 May 2012. The blog hit local and then national headlines, after gaining support from chef and school meals campaigner Jamie Oliver.  The blog had gained 3 million hits by 15 June 2012. In February 2014 it reached 10 million. With the revenue, Martha decided to donate the money to the charity Mary's Meals. Starting with £50 given by a magazine for the publishing rights to her images for a feature, Martha set an original target in her 19th blog post of £7,000 on JustGiving.[By mid-June 2012 more than £90,000 had been raised, which the charity intends to use to build a new kitchen at the 1,963-pupil Lirangwe Primary School in Blantyre, Malawi

 

 

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