• Full National Curriculum coverage and EYFS
  • 100+ lesson plans, resources and presentations
  • Ensures pupil progression
  • Built-in CPD
  • Online safety covered
  • All lessons accessible on desktops, laptops, tablets and chromebooks

Skills developed

  • Digital literacy
  • Online safety
  • Computational thinking
  • Computers and hardware
  • Cross-curricular application
  • Coding

Explore by key stage

Introduction to Kapow Primary: Computing

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Post-lockdown curriculum 2021

Download a sixteen-week condensed curriculum plan here and support your pupils in covering the essential skills and knowledge for D&T. (This plan assumes the children have covered our recommended units for remote teaching in January & February 2021).

Our Approach

Our approach

  • Authored by primary computing specialists using free readily-available software
  • In-built CPD for teachers: learn as you plan
  • A full scheme of work, easily adaptable to your teaching needs
  • Clear progression of skills and learning throughout EYFS, KS1 & KS2
  • Relevant cross-curricular opportunities

Curriculum overview

Our curriculum overview shows how our Computing lessons cover the requirements of the National Curriculum and aspects of the EYFS goals 40-60 months.

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Recently added

  • New alternative units for tablet and Chromebook users, ensuring all lessons are accessible on all devices: Y1 Programming, Y2 Stop motion, Y3 Digital literacy, Y5 Stop motion animation, Y5 Programming: music.
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Coming soon

  • Online safety units of lessons for Years 1-6 (March)
  • Assessment (April)

What others say...

So glad we found Kapow computing! It has great lesson plans and resources that even technophobe teachers are happy to follow. It was great to find an affordable scheme that did not rely heavily on one type of hardware (eg iPads) but that offers full flexibility.


Lorraine Somner

I love the ideas Kapow have given me to further develop Computing teaching in my school!

Thomas Pitts

These plans are really good, they stretch the children and also are modern and relevant. They are easy to teach. We loved the IOT work and have now passed our ideas for a SMART classroom on to our school council.

Elska Hughes

School Teacher

Kapow Primary Computing community group

For inspiration and support for Computing, join our facebook group.