'Alan Turing gave us a mathematical model of digital computing that has completely withstood the test of time. He gave us a very, very clear description that was truly prophetic.'
Computing At St Michael and St Martin
Computing is changing at home, around the world and within the classroom. Its impact on the lives of individuals continues to grow day by day. At St Michael and St Martin, we recognise that Computing is an important tool in both the society we live in and in the process of teaching and learning.
Our vision is for all our staff and pupils to gain the appropriate skills, knowledge and understanding to have the confidence and capability to use Computing throughout their lives.
Meet our Digital Leaders
Huge congratulations to our newly appointed Digital Leaders Team 2019/20. Their successful applications demonstrated a real desire in wanting to become a member of the team.
Year 1: Andrea, Ronan
Year 2: Shonelle, Amanda
Year 3: Jason, Keziah
Year 4: Kornelia, Gabriel, Isabel
Year 5: Julia, Shemira, Jakub T
Year 6: Darius, Connie, Christina
- To inspire and improve Computing within the school.
- Share their expertise and knowledge with others.
- Implement E-safety. Develop the School’s Computing Curriculum.
Finally, thank you to everyone who applied for the role. We appreciate your enthusiasm to improve Computing at St Michael and St Martin.
To celebrate Safer Internet day, Pupils in Year 3-6 were set a challenge of designing their own E-Safety poster. The response to the competition was fantastic with over 100 entries, with each poster being unique in design and message.
As a result, the judges had a difficult task in choosing four winners. However, after much deliberation, we are delighted to announce that the winners are (Rohan 6P), Karol (5M), Aden (4W) and Ola (3M).
Their impressive posters included creative design, attention to detail and a positive E-Safety message. We hope they enjoy their prize of attending a workshop at the Apple Store. Finally, we would like to like to congratulate everyone who entered!