St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School

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Todholes Road, Cleator Moor, Cumbria, CA25 5DG

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St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School

Together we are growing in God's love

"Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think" - Steve Jobs

At St. Patrick's, we believe that computing is fundamental in developing within our modern and ever-changing technological world. It is our aim to ensure our children leave secure and confident in using their technological thinking skills, in order for them to be capable to overcome the never-ending developments within technology.


Our Curriculum Structure

Our computing curriculum has been designed to reflect the needs of all our learners, as well as following the National Curriculum. Through evaluative and strategic practice, we have established a meaningful curriculum that allows our pupils to develop their computing knowledge and technology skills. We believe that a child, who asks questions and is curious to explore, will become a lifelong learner. We develop skills over the years so that our children can always access and develop their skills alongside the development of technology. We enrich our learning by ensuring we create cross-curricular links; such as bar charts on the J2e or word, creating a holiday brochure on publisher for Literacy, data logging using our science data loggers to collect the information or even creating our own audio production and podcast using audacity.


Subject Content


Progression across whole school

Computing Symbols

Medium Term Planning





Learning in action

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Computing Policy

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