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Of course each child will have achieved a capability in ICT to a greater or lesser extent at the end of each Key Stage.

In the UK the expectation is that most children will have reached ‘Level 2’ by the end of KS1 and be around ‘Level 3/4’ by the end of Year 6.

BELOW is an interpretation of the (former) UK Level Statements, showing sorts of general ICT activities pupils might be expected to do at

the end of each Key stage (actually in this case going beyond the UK expectations). Far right is reference to the IoM’s ICT cross-phase transfer website - which is an ongoing summary of the additional expectations of IoM Secondary School ICT Departments of incoming Year 7s.

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