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Our children live in an, “…ever changing, modern world.” It is our intent that our school continues to evolve and keep up to date with changes in technology. Our computing curriculum is sequenced in a way that builds upon prior knowledge and acknowledges that children are exposed to modern computing, every day in the home.

Computing - Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement

Learn about computing from home

Alongside our home teaching resources above, we have collated a variety of useful websites that can support parents and students with learning about computing from home.


  • Barefoot (KS 1 and 2) - Downloadable activities and games for children, links to live lessons and a guide for parents - includes cross-curricular lesson plans and resources that unpack computational thinking in a range of subjects.
  • Code Club (KS 2) - Projects and activities for home learning and a parent guide.
  • Computing at School - Home Learning  (KS 1 and 2) - Information and links to a range of at home computing activities.
  • Raspberry Pi Foundation – Digital Making at Home (KS 2) - Join the weekly code-along using open projects based on a weekly theme, with different levels available for all abilities, allowing you to be open-ended with opportunities for making and creativity.
  • Raspberry Pi Foundation - Projects (KS 2) - Projects and activities for home learning. Programme computers and make things with technology and electronics.
  • STEM Learning e-Library (KS 1 and 2) - An online resource bank, which links to resources on external websites. The site features a live chat function offering support from subject experts. New home learning resources are being developed.
  • UK Safer Internet Centre (KS 1 and 2) - Online safety resources aimed at 3 -11 year olds.