At St Paul’s we aim to deliver a high-quality computing educational journey, equipping all our pupils to use computational thinking, digital literacy, internet safety and creativity to understand the ever-changing and developing world. Enabling them all to flourish in their journey to the fullness of life. We aim to offer a broad and exciting computing curriculum; one that caters to all our children’s needs. We recognise that computing has deep links with other subjects including mathematics, science, and design technology, and we aim to utilise this cross-curricular nature to embed pupils’ learning across a range of subjects using computing as a vehicle. Computational thinking forms a large part of the Computing curriculum, which means being able to solve problems, applying logic to given tasks and, in particular, programming. Our intention is for all pupils to be equipped to use information technology to embed learning, create programs, systems and a range of document types. We also aim for our teaching in Computing to ensure that pupils become digitally literate – able to use, express themselves and develop their ideas through information communication technology (ICT) and, above all, to understand how to use ICT safely and responsibly.