A high-quality computing education equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. At Birch Copse, we use the Purple Mash Computing scheme as the foundation for our curriculum. It is closely aligned to the National Curriculum and allows all children to be able to progress well from different starting points and achieve high standards in computing. The scheme exposes children to variety of skills, experiences and real-life scenarios that supports the notion of Cultural Capital. Computing is taught every week at Birch Copse. This amounts to approximately 30 computing lessons each year.