Primary Computing. Made Easy.

Trusted scheme and resources used by teachers and pupils in over 1000 schools.

📥 *NEW* resources EVERY week.

*Updated* Year 4 3D Design Activity Pack
Added new activity and re-recorded video tutorials to the 3D village/town pupil pack in Year 4 3D Design.

21st June 2022

*NEW* Year 6 Data Detectives Activity Pack
Pupils use spreadsheet skills (filters and conditional formatting) to search for clues and solves crimes.
Learn more >

14th June 2022

*Updated* Year 2 Internet Research Activity Pack
Added new activity (Winston Churchill) to the Year 2 Internet Research Activity Pack.

7th June 2022

How does iLearn2 work?

iLearn2 provides over 100 primary computing activity packs to cover the Key Stage 1 and 2 Computing Curriculum plus much more. Unlike traditional schemes of work, pupils can use iLearn2 at school or home to work through the activities independently, which have been assigned by their teacherThe packs include activities for a variety of free software across multiple platforms (Windows, Chromebook and iPad), providing pupils with a wide range of skills. We update the website EVERY week, helping learn and teach the latest digital skills.

👨‍🏫 Teaching Resources

Each activity pack has lesson outlines and step-by-step video tutorials helping with teacher subject knowledge and confidence. Plus downloadable resources, including knowledge organisers, posters and more.

The packs are divided into year group and a Progression of Skills page helps map out the teaching progression of computing from years 1-6, providing full curriculum coverage. 

The e-safety skills and many other activities are also mapped to the Education for a Connected World (2020) framework, using an interactive page.

Our Embed page has over 100 ideas and pupil work examples of how to use the activity packs across the primary curriculum. Our Intent, Implementation and Impact page can also be found here.

👩‍🎓 Pupil Activity Packs

The pupil activity packs help pupils work independently through the activities, tutorials and challenges at school or home, learning hundreds of digital skills. All tried and tested in school.

The pupil packs also help teachers, regardless of computing teaching experience, to build confidence of the less able pupils and stretch the higher ability, by assigning suitable activities.

Pupils access each activity pack with a simple code, which can be typed into this page or the Login page. The codes for the pupil activity packs can be found in each pack, when signed in as a teacher – no pupil logins to make!

The video tutorials also support Google Chrome’s Live Caption Tool for pupils with hearing loss or when there are no headphones.

✅ Assessment

The teacher notes for each pack provide information, guidance and often tutorials on how pupils can save/capture their work within the software being covered. 

Most packs include a downloadable assessment grid with the skills and space for pupil names across the top. The cells change colour as teachers type 1, 2 or 3 (Achieved, Achieved with support or Not achieved), which can also be edited to match your assessment policy. Some packs demonstrate free websites to automatically assess the skills covered in the pack.

The packs also include printable challenge sheets/cards, which can be used to capture individual pupil understanding or as a group assessment activity.

Try a FREE sample activity pack and activities for each year group. If you need any more information then please see our Frequently Asked Questions page or if you have any questions, please get in touch.

💬 Testimonials

“I have been teaching computing for 20 years and your scheme of work is absolutely the best one.”
Liz Robinson, Loreto Prep School

“I fed back to our Governors about our Computing Curriculum and the changes that we have made – they were blown away by the quality of the resources you provide!”
Katie Stewart, St Mary’s Primary School

“Knew you had to be teachers as only someone with ‘real experience’ could make it so effective!”
Sarah Herriot, Victoria College Prep School

“Worth its weight in gold and has given my colleagues the confidence to give it a go. Even for experienced computing teachers, having those videos available allows students to work at their own pace and those who need support can get it, while the enthusiasts in the class are always challenged.”
Hamish Arnold, Computing Lead, St Albans

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🛠 Made by teachers

All the resources are used in school with pupils before they are added to the website.

Adam Foster is an experienced primary school computing teacher and education author, recognised by companies such as Apple for his use of digital technology to transform teaching and learning. Adam created iLearn2 in 2016 and continues to teach computing across the primary age range each week.

Kelly Foster is an experienced primary school teacher, Apple Teacher and Computing Lead. Kelly contributes to our Key Stage 1 resources and provides voiceovers for many of the video tutorials.

iLearn2 also benefits from regular contributions by experienced teachers and website programmers.