Computing

At St Ignatius our aim is to create motivated ‘life-long’ learners through the use of ICT to enhance learning and teaching.

Education in the 21st Century is preparing children for a future in which ICT is an integral part of society and therefore it is our aim to ensure that we develop ICT skills and safe use of ICT.

We aim to:

  • Engage the children through enriched multi-media learning experiences
  • Use ICT to enhance their learning and deepen their understanding
  • Extend their learning beyond the classroom to take control of their own ‘e-learning’ and understand how to stay safe
  • We aim to keep pace with educational and technological developments in ICT and have a commitment for having the necessary tools e.g. laptops, Ipads and interactive whiteboards to do their jobs effectively.
  • We provide an environment where access to ICT resources is natural, commonplace and safe
  • The school website will be informative, user-friendly and a showcase of the school’s achievements

Long Term Plan

Latest Computing News

Graphic Design – Class 4

   

KS2 Internet Safety

  At St Ignatius School, we make sure all our children are e-safety savvy. The key stage 2 children have been using their computing skills to promote e-safety in a fun way, designing posters, comics and producing Spark videos.   Class 5              

Remembrance Day

Every year we learn about why we commemorate Remembrance Day. As part of our commemorations, Class Three manipulated digital images using Colour Splash during our computing lessons. Classes Four and Five used Word to display the poem ‘In Flanders Field’, by the Canadian poet and soldier John McCrae.