The SEND project (2014) was led by The Partnership Teaching School,
funded by Teaching Schools and co-ordinated by eLIM.
Teachers from Special Schools and SENCOs from Primary Schools worked together to consider what Computing can look like for learners with complex needs. Learning objectives and activities are published for p-scales 4 - 8, see DfE Computing p-scale statements for p-scales 1 - 3.
The progression documents include the DfE p-scales for computing published in July 2014 and additional p-scale statements for programming suggested by Sheffield City Council. PSHE p-scale statements are referred to in the e-safety progression.
Our thanks go to the schools involved: Brookside Primary School, Countess Gytha Primary School, Critchill Special School, Elmwood and Penrose Federation, Fairmead Special School, Fiveways Special School, Fosse Way School, Selworthy Special School, St Michael’s Academy and to Somerset PIMS team.
The progressive approach used is based on eLIM's Somerset Computing Model and progressions.