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St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

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Computing at St Thomas More

  • At St Thomas More Catholic Primary School we believe that each child deserves to reach their full potential. We follow the example Jesus sets in John 10:10 and believe that we must also act as a guide to our pupils to realise this potential.

  • We follow the National Curriculum for Computing. Lessons and outcomes are planned so that the pupils can achieve the best outcomes possible.

  • The children use laptops, tablets and interactive whiteboards within lessons.  

  • The programme of teaching and learning provides a broad spectrum of computing experience covering three main topics, e-safety, processing and programming.

  • Regular cross-curricular opportunities enable children to experience computing within different contexts and with varying purposes and outcomes.

  • Children use laptops, tablets and interactive whiteboards within lessons

  • Children are well equipped to keep safe online and know what they need to do if they ever feel uncomfortable with online context.  

  • The practical, communication and safety skills enable pupils to take part in the swiftly developing world and prepare them to meet the future with confidence.

  • Unit assessments of how well pupils develop their understanding of the computing concepts are used, so that progress can be tracked and misconceptions supported.     



Intent, Implementation and Impact

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Year 5

Year 6

Computing Dates


Safer Internet day - Safer Internet Day 2024 will take place on the 6th of February 2024, with celebrations and learning based around the theme 'Want to talk about it?