ST Columba Anglican School (SCAS) joined the largest learning event in history over the past two days, which saw 100 million students introduced to computer science.
The worldwide Hour of Code mission, which was part of national Computer Science Education Week, involved students spending an hour learning how computers work and the "ins and outs of programming".
SCAS's e-learning integrator Meridith Ebbs said the aim was to foster an understanding of how computers work and "learn what's possible".
Almost 500 SCAS primary students joined the Hour of Code using Scratch Junior, the Code.org website and offline tasks.
Mrs Ebbs said the initiative was part of an overall effort to equip children with the skills to succeed in workplaces of the future.