LTT Computing is a Scheme of Work for the 2014 National Curriculum. It can be accessed by subscribed schools at www.lttcomputing.net.

How does the scheme work?

  • The scheme is an online resource. It will change over time, with new activities, new downloadable resources, and new video materials. We believe that this is in keeping with the development of teachers and students that will occur over the coming years, as schools adapt to the requirements of the National Curriculum 2014. The learning of Year 6 students in 2014 will not, and should not be, the same as the learning of Year 6 in 2018. The LTT Computing scheme recogises this, and will develop over the years to support schools and their learners.
  • Access to the scheme is by username and password for subscribed schools. Schools who are not signed up to LTT Computing should not be making use of the resources here.
  • The scheme is collaborative, and feedback from teachers in schools is actively encouraged. Teachers can use the messaging and forum functions in the scheme to communicate with the LTT team, to provide feedback, or to ask questions.
  • Download a flyer for LTT Computing (PDF)
Download a flyer (PDF)

Download a flyer (PDF)

The structure of the LTT Computing Scheme

The LTT Computing scheme is based on the eLearner Framework (elf.lttonline.net). The eLearner Framework is our framework of learner progress in each of the 11 eLearning themes. The LTT Computing Scheme supports each of these themes through age appropriate activities for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 - 2), Lower Key Stage 2 (Years 3 - 4), and Upper Key Stage 2 (Years 5 - 6).

We have suggested half term slots for each of the eLearner Framework themes. Each theme appears once every two years, with the exception of the Digital Programmer theme, which, given its increased importance in the 2014 National Curriculum, appears every year.  We encourage both discrete and cross-curricular opportunities; many of the skills and ideas in the LTT Computing scheme should be applied within other subject areas.