In computing, the children use a range of software packages and Information and Communication Technology tools as they develop and apply their skills in all subject areas. There is a laptop trolley that is up to date with cutting edge laptops and an increasing number of iPads in classes, all with access to laser printer and photo-quality colour printers for photography and any other paper based printing.The software covers a range of IT skills, all of it specifically designed to be more user-friendly for children. The children already have access to the Internet and will use Electronic Mail (E-Mail) to communicate with others. Coding is used via beebots and laptops with cross-curricular links made to other subjects such as maths and history.
Every classroom benefits from the installation of an interactive whiteboard that also has an internet link. Class blogs can be found on the Seesaw app and the KS2 pupils engage with these blogs regularly.
Homework is mainly delivered via electronic devices so children can access the same learning within school and at home.