Every child has regular access to a range of computing devices such as Chromebooks, laptops, desktop computers, iPads, and various robotic devices. 

Our aim is to promote digital literacy by helping children to not just use technology, but to understand how it works and to make active choices about which programmes and devices suit various purposes.  Computing is taught within each subject across the curriculum and each class has a large screen Prowise board, to bring learning to life.

St Ippolyts school teaches E-safety throughout each year group and all children take part in national E-safety day each year, to ensure children have an awareness of how to use the internet safely and responsibly.


Remote Learning

We use Google Classroom for homework and for any periods of remote leaning. This allows for continued quality interaction between pupils and their teacher.

Pupils also have access to a variety of digital learning platforms and programmes such as Times Tables Rockstars, Nessy, Bug Club, SAM learning and Discovery Education.