Computing for Children

Ideal for young children and their families to learn digital skills

Explore and develop coding, digital graphics, internet safety, data processing and lots more, with a range of creative, colourful projects and activities.

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  • Child-friendly videos
  • Helpful Guides
  • Very affordable
  • Exciting Projects
  • Teaching Videos
  • Detailed lesson Plans
  • Student Management
  • Student Assessment

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What your child will learn

Digital literacy involves wide-ranging concepts such as logic, computational thinking, networks, search technologies, internet safety and much more.

Internet Safety

We cover important topics such as stranger danger and your digital footprint.

Networks

Students discover the power of networks with Barrington Bear and his friends.

Debugging

Children learn how to create and debug programs for a range of applications.

Search Technologies

Children learn how best to use Search Engines to get the results they want.

Programming

Children learn how to create code in Scratch, HTML and Logo.

Algorithms

Children learn about algorithms and logical steps to solve problems.  

Binary

Children cover the basics of Binary, including number representations and search.

Apps & Games

Children design and code their own games, including imagery and animations.

The Digital Future

So, what does the future hold?

Watch our video to find out how computing will be a critical skill moving forward.

Resources

Image Design

21st century computing relies heavily on images as a way of communicating messages. Everything from memes through to infographics uses imagery as a means to transmit meaning between social groups. In our course, children will learn the basics of digital image design using software such as Scratch and Paint.Net.

Interactive Activities

Our interactive activities make learning fun and will entertain young learners for hours.  Some 1,500 ‘Plays’ include Drag-and-drop, Word-searches, Image sequencing and Memory games. But don’t be deceived – these so-called ‘Play’ activities are carefully designed to underpin learning as well as giving the you, the parent, an idea of how your child is progressing.

Logo

This general-purpose language is widely known for its use of turtle graphics. Commands for movement and drawing can be used to produce colourful on-screen graphics or control a small robot or ‘turtle’. This is another excellent way for children to understand geometric shapes and directional algorithms.

Scratch

Scratch is a visual programming language that allows students to create their own interactive stories,games and animations. As students design Scratch projects, they learn to think creatively, reasonsystematically, and work collaboratively. Scratch is a brilliant resource for young learners and will help them to learn important computing concepts such as conditionals, looping, sprite manipulation, directional algorithms and more.

Student Assessment

Our interactive student assessments are fun for young learners and will reassure teachers/parents that their students are learning and highlight any areas that may need improvement. The student assessments have been seamlessly integrated with the interactive activities so students will feel comfortable in performing the exercises and not feel like they are being tested.

Videos

Every Lesson comes with a short Teaching Video, featuring a cast of animated characters that will engage and involve young learners. The child-friendly language and the perfect English subtitles help children to learn important computing concepts. These are reinforced with interactive activities and colourful worksheets.

Worksheets

The Worksheets are an important follow-up to the videos. They underpin the concepts by providing colourful practice tasks. They also guide children step by step through the process of creating their own coding. Some will need printing in order to fill in the answers; others can by used alongside the creation of a Scratch or Logo Project.

Think your child knows computing?

Take our test to find out!

Your child may be digitally literate but do they know how to write an algorithm, stay safe on the internet or create incredible games for all the family to enjoy? 


ConquerComputing has meant that the children are completing more coding than ever before.

Amy Waller, Rydal Academy


I have found that Conquer Computing has saved me many hours of preparation…

Roy Grimes, Compton Dundon School

FAQ

What age is Conquer Computing aimed at?

Conquer Computing is aimed at primary school age children.

Do you get access to all resources with a free trial?

Yes, you do. Everything that is available in a paid-for membership is available in the free trial.

Does the course support the UK national curriculum?

Yes, the course is designed around the UK curriculum.

I am a home user with more than 3 children. What do I do?

If you are a home user with more than 3 children, just send us an email and we will arrange the right subscription for you.

Are the results of the interactive activities recorded?

Yes, they are. The results are available in a downloadable spreadsheet.

Do I need to supervise my child whilst he/she learns?

The course is designed to be used without the need for parental supervision.

Does every lesson contain a video?

Yes, every lesson has a beautifully explained video.

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