- Select and use technology for particular purposes.



- Sort, collate, edit and store simple digital content.

- Organise and retrieve specific data for conducting simple searches.

- Edit more complex digital data such as music composition.

- Create, name, save and retrieve content.

- Use a range of media in their digital content including photos, text and sound.



- Carry out simple searches to retrieve digital content and understand that to do this, they are connecting to the internet.

- Understand the function, features and layout of a search engine.

- Appraise selected webpages for credibility and information at a basic level.

- Make improvements to digital solutions based on feedback.

- Collect, analyse, evaluate and present data and information using a selection of software.

- Consider what software is most appropriate for a given task.

- Make informed software choices when presenting information and data.

- Create linked content using a range of software and share digital content within their community.



- Search with greater complexity for digital content when using a search engine.

- Readily apply filters when searching for digital content.

- Explain how credible a webpage is and the information it contains.

- Compare a range of digital content sources and rate them in terms of content quality and accuracy.

- Make appropriate improvements to digital solutions based on feedback received confidently comment on the success of the solution.

- Review solutions from others.

- Collaboratively create content and solutions using digital features within software and use several ways of sharing digital content.

- Use critical thinking skills in everyday use of online communication.

- Make clear connections to the audience when creating digital content.

- Design and create their own blogs to become a content creator.

- Use criteria to evaluate the quality of digital solutions and are able to identify improvements, making some refinements.