Skip to main content
Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product
. Get it on the
Pages and Files
Communication and the Internet
CS Subject Knowledge Requirements
data and information
Add "All Pages"
Programme of Study
Follow any of the links below to find more information and supporting material for each of the statements.
Key Stage Two
KS2 Curriculum Map
Knowledge, Skills and Understanding
learn how to manage their files and folders (
) including 'on the
be able to use a wide range of
and select the appropriate tool for the task at hand.
nderstand the rights and responsibilities of using
for communication, production and research.
learn how to collect, sort, search, evaluate, analyse, verify and validate
understand that computers can be used to
// Thanks to Jodie Lopez-Collins @jodieworld and Nick Jackson @largerama for their input
learn how to evaluate the needs of an audience and to design appropriately
learn how to plan, test and
a series of instructions
in order to create a desired outcome; to detect and correct errors that occur
learn how to plan, design, create and evaluate
be equally proficient working independently or as part of a team.
learn the fundamentals of how Digital Technologies (including networks and the Internet) work
learn how to use Digital Technology safely, securely and deal with technical problems as they occur.
learn how to design, build and
simple Digital Technologies i.e.
learn about the evolution of Digital Technology and about the
be able to consider how Digital Technology may change in the
learn how ICT is used outside of school.
learn about some of the ethical, legal and political issues relating to ICT.
understand some of the environmental issues relating to ICT.
be able to consider the impact ICT has had on society around the world.
5. Breadth of Study
During the key stage, pupils should be taught the Knowledge, skills and understanding through:
working with a wide range of
being given the freedom and opportunities to
investigating and exploring uses of ICT inside and outside of school
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"