- Maths activities and games including Mathletics can be used in class sessions as well as at home.
- Children may be using a museum website to research in History.
- Word processing is excellent for teaching drafting and redrafting as children can copy and paste rather than write the whole thing out again.
Each class also has an interactive projector and whiteboard. Teachers also have an iPad that is linked to the whiteboard and is used to share learning in a variety of ways.
Computing has its own skills and subject matter, these are split into: Computational Thinking, Information Technology, Digital Literacy and eSafety. At Leftwich Community Primary School we follow Purple Mash Computing scheme of work that enables children to apply their knowledge from all aspects of the curriculum, whilst developing the skills necessary to unlock the potential of technology. Purple Mash allows children to have their own personal logon which also enables them to continue their learning at home.
Within our curriculum, children encounter databases, making and testing formulas to organise data in a variety of ways. They develop their computational thinking skills through using different forms of programming to solve problems, decomposing them into small parts and focusing on the attention to small details and very specific commands they need to become competent users and programmers.
Other equipment such as data loggers link particularly to the Science and Mathematics curriculum.