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					Appendix 1:
Whole class ICT record/assessment (overview) for ………………………………


                                                                                                                   Children who        Children who
                                                                   Reception                                      have not made       have progressed
      Early Learning Goals
                                                                                                                     as much              further
                                                                                                                     progress
                               Has used a computer program successfully


                               Can share the use of appropriate equipment
  Personal, social and
  emotional development
                               Can follow instructions from the teacher


                               Select correct letter to match screen display from keyboard or mouse
  Communication, language
  and Literacy

                               Has sorted and matched information using a computer program
  Mathematical development
                               Has used positional language to talk about the instructions they have used


                               Has experienced a range of ICT including a digital camera, Internet and programs
                               that support learning

  Knowledge and
                               Knows that some toys can be given instructions such as a programmable ladybird
  understanding of the world

                               Can talk about the instructions they have used and what happened

                               Use a mouse to select or move items on the screen.
  Physical development

                               Has used an art program to make a picture


                               Has explored selecting and matching sounds
  Creative development

                               Can record a series of sounds

                                                                                                                         ICT Scheme of Work Page 105
Whole class ICT record/assessment (overview) for ……………………………….


         Theme                            Level 1                        Children who have not made as   Children who have progressed
                                                                                 much progress                      further


     Communicating
                          Can write a sentence, make a scene, picture
      Information         or explore sounds




                          Can use a program on the computer to
   Handling Information   investigate and answer a question




                          Can make a floor robot move by entering one
       Controlling        command in at a time




                          Has successfully used an adventure game that
        Modelling         involves making choices




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Whole class ICT record/assessment (overview) for ……………………………….

         Theme                             Level 2                      Children who have not made as   Children who have progressed
                                                                                much progress                      further
                          Can improve my writing / picture / music


                          Can find saved work on the computer
     Communicating
      Information
                          Can save work


                          Can print work
                          Can sort information electronically and
                          interpret the information



   Handling Information

                          Can display information as a graph or chart
                          and interpret the information

                          Can make a floor robot move as they want
                          and talk about how it was made move in a
                          particular way


       Controlling

                          Can plan and record instructions for future
                          use

                          Can say, draw or write about what will
                          happen when making a decision in an
                          adventure game or simulation


        Modelling




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Whole Class ICT record/assessment (overview) for ……………………………….

                                            Level 3                                 Children who have not made   Children who have
                                                                                          as much progress       progressed further
                   Can improve work using a range of editing tools.



   Communicating
                   I have used a variety of different ways to present my work,
    Information    e.g. from template letter, newspaper or poster



                   Can enter information into a prepared data base program
                   and been able to find out the answers to straightforward
                   lines of enquiry, i.e. a single question – who is the fastest?
     Handling
    Information



                   Can enter a pre-planned sequence of instructions to a floor
                   robot or screen turtle to perform a specific task


    Controlling




    Monitoring



                   Can record useful information to solve problems in an
                   adventure game or simulation


     Modelling
                   Can predict and explain the consequences of choosing
                   different options or choices

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Whole Class ICT record/assessment (overview) for ……………………………….

                                                 Level 4                                      Children who have not     Children who have
                                                                                              made as much progress     progressed further
                   Can combine different forms of information from different sources (e.g.
                   text, tables, images, sound or video) for an intended audience
   Communicating
    Information


                   Can collect, enter and ask questions about the data to investigate ideas
                   and answer questions

      Handling
                   Has entered information into a database file, designed by the class.
    Information

                   Can check and edit the information that has been entered for any
                   mistakes
                   Can use the Repeat and End options to make floor robot or screen turtle
                   repeat a group of instructions several times.


    Controlling    Can make and save procedures (programs) to be edited at a later stage

                   Can build procedures to control a lego buggy that can carry out a
                   specific set of actions.

                   Can use a datalogger to record the temperature, light or sound level
                   over a period of time. Can interpret the information displayed on the
                   computer screen

    Monitoring



                   Can explore patterns and investigate the effects of changing some
                   values in LOGO program and explain “What will happen if…” type
                   questions.


     Modelling
                   Has used a prepared spreadsheet to make predictions about what will
                   happen if some of the data or formula are changed and can use this
                   approach to solve a given problem


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Whole Class ICT record/assessment (overview) for ……………………………….



                                                                Level 5                                          Children who         Children who
                                                                                                                have not made        have progressed
                                                                                                                   as much               further
                                                                                                                   progress
                          Can produce work that is suitable for the intended audience and explain the choices
                          for the presentation
     Communicating
      Information         Has experienced a range of different solutions to presenting information and can
                          talk about the benefits and limitations of each (i.e. web page, presentational
                          software, DTP program, word processor)
                          Through class discussion, can help to decide what information is needed in order to
                          answer the specified hypothesis

                          Can recognise the need for different types of information for the fields within the
   Handling Information   survey, e.g. text, numeric, date etc.

                          Is able to design the data collection form using the computer

                          Can question their results and are able to confirm or deny their hypothesis
                          Can build procedures to control a physical or screen model and to test the accuracy
                          of the instructions
       Controlling

                          Can use procedures within procedures in order to make the program more efficient
                          Can use the datalogger to record information over a period of time, using several
                          sensors and can interpret the information displayed on the computer screen
       Monitoring


                          Is able to construct a simple model to test an idea and present the findings e.g.
                          what is the break-even cost for a summer fete and the subsequent cost per visitor?

        Modelling
                          Can make a prediction about what will happen when changing variables in a
                          procedure


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