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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery



At Trotts Hill we aim to ensure that all children become digitally literate in this ever changing technical world.

Our curriculum is designed around four key areas, as outlined in the National Curriculum, computer science, information technology, digital literacy and online safety. The combination of these areas allows children to gain skills to develop ideas that they are able to use throughout their lives in a digital world and leave primary school computer literate. It is our intention to enable children to find, explore, analyse and present information using technology creatively.


Staff are encouraged to model positive use of technology and ensure their lessons are accessible to all pupils. We want children to be fluent in a range of tools and hope that by the end of Upper Key Stage 2, children will be independent and confident to apply their technological knowledge. 


We are highly motivated to ensure that all children will leave Trotts Hill with a strong and secure understanding of how to stay safe online.

Computing Curriculum Maps

Purple Mash

We use the Purple Mash platform (amongst others) to support our learning. 

Online Safety

The Digital Leaders have created a 3D virtual tour of the school. Click the link below to see more:

Digital Leaders

  • Year 6 - Beau and Anya
  • Year 5 - Sinead and Marnie
  • Year 4 - Lacey and Scarlet
  • Year 3 - Dexter and Myah
  • Year 2 - Fawaz and Annie

Digital Leaders - End of Year - 2021

We are PROUD:

  • Beau, "I have been helping people."
  • Anya, "I did great remote learning."
  • Lacey, "I've loved helping make a virtual map!"
  • Myah, "I've helped children get their laptops safely. If people are stuck, I help them."
  • Dexter, "When people are stuck, I help them. I have shown people how to be safe with their laptops."
  • Annie, "I loved being a digital leader. I love computers."
  • Fawaz, "I liked seeing my teachers on TEAMS. Being a digital leader is fun. Thank you."

Summer 2021 - QR Codes

Digital Leaders have been to check that the QR codes in each classroom window are working. Scan these and it will give you a direct link to the class website page so you can see all the wonderful learning happening in class! 

Summer 2021

This term technology has been used in many different ways, as well as having weekly Computing lessons:

  • Nursery - remote control cars, taking photos of body parts, maths on the iPads
  • Reception - using the interactive board to draw pictures during CIL
  • Year 3 - using the iPads to research deserts in the world for Geography 
  • Digital Leaders in Year 3 helped take photos of the class during their Roman day
  • Using laptops to practise times tables.
  • English - conducting research for persuasive letters.


The Digital Leaders have looked at their own digital footprints this term, created mind-maps to show the SMART online safety rules and used Purple Mash to create our own 3D model of vehicles. 

All the Digital Leaders have made sure that the SMART and Age Restriction posters in class are up to date.

Spring 2021

During Spring term we have been completing many different tasks online, including:

  • making online safety posters to show people how to stay safe online
  • creating art work to show ourselves completing our learning on a laptop, tablet or computer

Autumn Term 2020

This term we have been completing many different tasks online, including

  • entering a Festive Card Competition
  • creating our own avatars
  • writing instructional leaflets
  • creating a web-page on How to Use TEAMS 
  • making comic-strips to show the SMART rules.
  • created anti-bullying posters

Internet Guidance for Parents.

Please read the guidelines for parents. The guidelines are linked to different games and apps.

Further information for parents on internet safety: 
The children of Trotts Hill school have been busy learning on Purple Mash! The slideshow above shows a few examples from each year group showcasing the different programs that the children have been accessing as part of their home learning.