Computing at St Thomas'

A high-quality computing education equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. Computing also ensures that pupils become digitally literate – able to use, and express themselves and develop their ideas through information and communication technology – at a level suitable for the future workplace and as active participants in a digital world. We have 45 laptops, 6 iPads, and 10 iPods, which the children use as part of their Computing lessons as well as in other subjects.  We use iLearn 2 to ensure that our children have access to a relevant, engaging and updated resource.

Our Computing Subject Leader is Mrs Carol Gardiner.


What we are learning in Computing.pdf

 St Thomas' Computing Intent

Please click on the document to read our Computing Intent.

Computing at St Thomas'.pdf

Progression in Computing

Please click on the document to see how children progress in computing

Progression in Computing.pdf

Useful websites & knowledge organisers

Here you can find links to useful websites as well as knowledge organisers which you can download.

Computing KS2 - Dance Mat Typingilearn2 - Primary Computing.Year 1 - Computer Skills.pdf

Key Stage 1 Programming Knowledge Organiser.pdfKey Stage 1 E safety Knowledge Organiser.pdfEarly Digital Art Knowledge Organiser.pdfYear-2-Digital-Art-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfDocument-Creation-Organiser.pdfDigital-Music-Creation-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfData-Handling-1-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfData-Handling-2-Knowledge-Organiser-.pdfYear-3-Programming-in-Scratch-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfYear-4-Programming-in-Scratch-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfYear-6-Programming-in-Scratch-Knowledge-Organiser-.pdfMicrobit-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfAges-7-9-E-safety-Knowledge-Organiser.pdfAges-9-11-E-safety-Knowledge-Organiser.pd