As computers are rapidly contributing to all aspects of daily life, being a 'digital native' has become an essential life skill.

Pupils are taught the ability to harness existing and new technology safely and effectively and are encouraged to use these skills to enhance their learning across all subjects. Radnor House aims to produce inquisitive students with sufficient knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible decisions about how, when and where to use IT.  In addition to teaching digital literacy, the curriculum delves into computational thinking, developing the logical, creative and problem-solving skills required for coding.

Computer Science is offered as a GSCE option in years 10 and 11 and A Level in Year 12.