Through our computing curriculum, we want to ensure every child leaves Grindleton C.E. Primary School with the knowledge, skills and understanding to be a responsible, competent, confident and creative user of information and communication technology. At Grindleton C.E. Primary School we deliver the computing National Curriculum objectives through the Purple Mash Scheme of learning. Via Purple Mash, computing is organised into three core strands outlined in the National Curriculum: computational thinking, digital literacy and information technology. These three strands are taught through weekly hourly computing lessons. In addition, computing is utilised in other areas of the curriculum where children use their digital literacy skills to create content in subjects such as Mathematics, English, History, Science and Design and Technology. We support the children to fine tune their research and data gathering skills using ICT. Through this approach we aim to give our pupils the life-skills that will enable them to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world.