Computing

Information and communication technology prepares pupils to participate in a rapidly changing world in which technology plays a growing part.  Children throughout the school use ICT to support their learning across the curriculum. 

Information and Communication Technology has applications both as a subject and a resource or tool for learning across the whole curriculum. Each classroom in school has access to laptops and iPads. This enables teachers and children to use ICT across the whole curriculum, five days a week.

For example:

  • Maths activities and games including Mathletics and PurpleMash can be used in class sessions as well as at home.
  • Children may be using a Museum website to research in History.
  • Word processing is excellent for teaching drafting and redrafting as children can copy and paste rather than write the whole thing out again.

Each class also has an interactive projector, visualiser, and sound system.

Information and Communication Technology has its own skills and subject matter, these are split into: Computational Thinking, Information Technology, Digital Literacy and eSafety.

Each classroom in school has access to laptops, chrome books and iPads. This enables teachers and children to use ICT across the whole curriculum, five days a week.

William Stockton Primary School

Heathfield Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 8DH

0151 3551650

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