Oliver's Battery Primary School

Creative, Caring, Confident Learners for Life

"Outstanding for Early Years and Good overall" - Ofsted, March 2016

Computing

The computing facilities at Oliver’s Battery are used both to teach the Computing curriculum and to support learning and creativity in other subjects.

Wireless internet access is available across the school. Each classroom has at least six laptops or tablets and can borrow others to make a larger set.

Desktop computers are also available in each Key Stage and in the Library. Interactive whiteboards are used throughout the school by teachers and children.

The school also has a growing range of additional computing resources including floor robots.

You can view the National Curriculum Programmes of Study for KS1 and KS2 by clicking here.