Computing enriches, modernises and supports all aspects of our school’s curriculum.
Children’s learning is made more rewarding and inspirational by using ICT. We believe children’s confidence and progress in their computing skills is essential for them to maximise their learning in the curriculum and to prepare them for the challenge of a rapidly developing and changing technological world.
Our Vision of Computing
At Cookham Dean Primary School we want both staff and pupils to be confident and competent in the use of computers in all areas of the curriculum.
We feel that technology can be used to make learning both more enjoyable and more effective and that pupils and staff will benefit through learning with technology.
We aim to keep pace with educational developments in this area and have a commitment to teachers having the necessary tools e.g. laptops and interactive whiteboards and training to do their jobs effectively.
Highly engaging, students love learning with Mathletics!
Supports the curriculum work your child is following at school
Accessible anywhere, any time. Tablet compatible – now also including offline mode
Mathletics is independently verified to improve students results
Track your child’s progress and assign them activities via the Family Console
Instant feedback, encouraging independent learning
FREE weekly report on progress emailed to parents
Compete with students around the globe in Live Mathletics activities, or study individually
Our Year sixes have really enjoyed using the Mathletics Learning programme so much so that we have decided to roll it out across the school. Look out for your child's password & username coming home soon.
We are currently having a new server built to enable the children to have their own space for saved work and to access a full range of software more efficiently. As a result of this each child will be issued with a new log in and password, please try to help your child to remember these.
Cookham Dean CE Primary School, Bigfrith Lane,
Cookham Dean, Maidenhead SL6 9PH.
Tel: 01628 482734.