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Computing Zone


Stock Illustration | Computer lessons, Kid poses, School clipart“Don’t just buy a new video game, make one …

Don’t just play on your phone, program it.”

Barack Obama


At St Bede’s Computing is taught in a weekly lesson and is used throughout the curriculum to enable children to explore, observe and make exciting discoveries in our ever-changing digital world. Children are encouraged to use their imagination to create games, blogs, videos, and presentations. 

The computing curriculum is based on the three main areas of the National Curriculum of Computing Science, Information Technology and Digital Citizenship. Pupils are equipped with the skills to design, code and test programs; understand and communicate in a digital world and use technology safely and respectfully. KS2 children have the opportunity to attend an after school enrichment club. Online safety is taught explicitly and also embedded within all our use of technology throughout the curriculum.

Please click e-Safety | Melland High School to go to our Online-safety page

Most of all though

Computing is FUN!


We use an online learning platform called PurpleMash as well as lots of other software. If you need a reminder of your PurpleMash logon and password, please email your teacher.

Below are links to exciting resources to improve your coding skills and become a

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Purple Mash is an online learning program that especially good for coding. Choose 2code and have a go at some of the activities.

Blockly - Posts | Facebook

Blockly teaches programming skills in a step by step set of fun games. 

Coding for Children with Scratch Junior | The EduTech Post

Scratch Junior is an app that allows younger children to code their own stories and games. It is ideal for KS1 children.

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Scratch is a free programming language, that makes it easy to create interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art.

How do I set up sections in Code.org with Clever? – Code.org

For some of our more experienced coders, Code.org offers a series of hour long tutorials for children and adults. Start with Dance Party and see where you get to.


Digital Leaders

These are our year 6 Digital Leaders. It is their job to promote and support the safe use of technology across school.


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St Bede's Catholic Primary School

Keepers Lane, Weaverham,
Northwich, Cheshire

Main Contacts: Mrs J Hart/ Mrs K Ashall

01606 852149


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