Computing plays a vital role in the curriculum and is taught throughout the school from Nursery to Year 6. Each class is timetabled for one session a week, using either our computing suite or using a class set of laptops, where specific Computing skills are taught. In addition to this, each class has access to laptops which children use to support their learning in other curriculum areas.

Each class has a digital camera, for recording special events such as class trips, theme days and lessons such as PE and Art. The pictures taken are often used in displays around the school and on our website as a way of displaying the children’s achievements.

Our vision for Computing at Tiverton: Every child prepared for tomorrow.

Children will be given the skills and experiences to enable them to not just to use current technologies but to prepare them for the many changes and developments that lie ahead in the 21st century.

At Tiverton, E-safety is an integral part of our wider Computing curriculum and safeguarding, in order to further develop pupils’ understanding of how to stay safe online.

Regardless of social, cultural or economic background, Tiverton will ensure all our children have the opportunities to achieve through Computing.

The Computing Leader is Mrs Huda Ahmed