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Our Lady Queen of Martyrs RC Primary School

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At Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, we encourage the children to use computational thinking and creativity to better understand our ever-changing world as it provides insights into both natural and artificial systems. Through computer science pupils are taught the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work and how to put this knowledge to use through programming. Developing pupils knowledge and understanding enables them to use information technology to create programs, systems and a range of content. Pupils also become digitally literate and able to express themselves and develop their ideas through information and communication technology.


This enables us to live, love and learn about the technological world of their everyday lives. 


Computing is a sacred subject:

  • Computer science opens up for the learners the possibility of being key influencers and transformational leaders at a local, national and global level. 
  • The development of computational thinking and operational skills calls for the formation of learners who prioritise the importance of justice, equality, truth and the common good of all people
  • Computing and technology show how God has created his people to be creatives themselves 


Computing enables pupils to know the universal story they are a part of:

  • Story Past - the invention and use of computing systems and the increasing pace of technological development.
  • Story Present - the pivotal part computing currently plays in our everyday lives, discussing its helps and hindrances to individuals and communities
  • Story Future - how the development of computing technology can be used for the common good of all people and the natural world


Below are some examples of how our teaching of Computing contributes to our whole school pupil characteristics:


Pupil Characteristic

Key Word

Computing contributes to this by providing opportunities to……

The leaders of tomorrow


Become visionary developers of computing programmes, products and skills and exhibit this to others in power



Use of computing to gather and share the voices of those that cannot speak for themselves

Powerful orators


Value the additional of computing to demonstrate and reinforce their messages about issues they are passionate about

Gospel activists


Employing the use of computers and computing to demonstrate their Gospel values with the community around them

Inquisitive learners


Generate questions about the growth, power and limits of computing and search to discover the answers

Creative problem solvers


Apply the use of computing to solve increasingly complex problems which affect them, the school and their wider community 

Inclusive team builders


Make use of computing to communicate, interact and collaborate with a wide range of people across the world 




You can find out more about how we implement this intent statement by reviewing the documents at the end of this page.



If you would like to know more about how we teach Computing at our school, please contact Mrs Wright via the ‘Contact Us’ page.