At Trannack Primary School we want our pupils to be MASTERS of technology and not slaves to it.

We want to model and educate our pupils on how to use technology positively, responsibly and safely. We want our pupils to be creators not consumers and our broad curriculum, encompassing computer science, information technology and digital literacy reflects this. We want our pupils to understand that there is always a choice with using technology and as a school we utilise technology to model positive use.

Our knowledge rich curriculum is balanced with the opportunity for pupils to apply their knowledge creatively, which will in turn help our pupils become skilful computer scientists. We aim to embed computing across the whole curriculum to make learning creative and accessible. We want our pupils to be fluent with a range of tools to best express their understanding and hope that, by Upper Key Stage 2, children have the independence and confidence to choose the best tool to fulfil the task and challenge set by teachers.

In order to successfully deliver an interesting, engaging, practical and knowledge rich Computing programme, we follow the Knowsley City Learning Centres scheme of work, and children will usually receive one computing lesson per week.

Below you will find a comprehensive outline of how we teach Computing at Trannack Primary School:


Follow the relevant links below to help your child grow in their understanding of Computing:

Helpful guides for parents and carers:

The modern world or computing, social media and technology can be challenging to navigate, especially when trying to decide what is or isn’t OK for our children to access, watch or play.

The two links below will take you to two excellent websites that are made to help parents and carers deal with some of these challenges:

For further information, links and resources on Online Safety, please visit our Online Safety page.