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Report an Underage Child If you're reporting a child's account registered under a false date of birth, and the child’s age is reasonably verifiable as under 13, we will promptly delete the account. You will not receive confirmation of this action, but you should no longer be able to view this child’s timeline on the site. Our ability to review and take appropriate action on a report significantly improves with the completeness of the report (ex: URL of the timeline).
Ofsted reports in ICT and materials for schools Subject professional development materials: ICT - 3 October 2012. Ofsted publishes a number of subject surveys every year. They look at developments in a specific subject over the previous three years, based on specialist inspectors’ visits to a range of schools. This resource has been put together to help teachers in primary and secondary schools improve teaching and learning by reflecting on the main messages from the ICT report, ICT in schools 2008-2011, published in December 2011.ICT in schools 2008-11 - 14 December 2011. Since the Education Reform Act of 1988, information and communication technology (ICT) has been compulsory for all pupils aged from 5 to 16 in maintained schools. Information and communication technology (ICT)
This scheme shows how the ICT programme of study for key stages 1 and 2 can be translated into manageable units of work. The scheme is not statutory; you can use as much or as little as you wish. You could use the whole scheme or individual units. The sections on ‘using this scheme’ and ‘sequencing the units’ can help you to decide how you want to use the scheme. The units are aimed at pupils who are attaining at levels that are broadly appropriate for their age. The Standards Site: ICT at key stages 1 and 2