The school established its initial vision for ICT in the school in January 2007. It has regularly reviewed this since, in light of incessant ICT developments. The school firmly believes that ICT can enhance learning in all areas of the curriculum.

ICT is used right across the curriculum whether to create stories with voice overs and moving images, doing research, producing graphs and databases, using the world wide web, to creative art and children making their own imovies and adding their chosen music. Web conferencing is used.

The school purchased 30 ipads for pupils to be used throughout the school. This is in addition to teacher ipads. The school has purchased apple tvs and the ipads can sync to the interactive whiteboards.

In addition to ICT lessons for pupils in Years 1-7 to teach skills, ICT is used to enhance learning. ICT Clubs are run by teachers and classroom assistants. The older pupils have been programming with the Scratch  programme. 

There are interactive whiteboards in each classroom and in the ICT suite.  

The pupils have access to Active Maths, Bug Club Mathletics and Accelerated Reader from home. The ICT suite is well equipped with Beebots, Probots ,PCs, laptops, visualisers, digital microscopes, cameras, printers, headphones and individual microphones for voice overs. Each class has a digital camera 

The school has availed of funding to purchase spheros to assist with programming. Only last year Mr Foy was able to obtain a 3D printer for pupils to further work on programming.