ELCs were subsumed into the HTG a long time ago, the HTG has just disappeared into school budgets. If your school's provision is as dire as you seem to be saying the question really does arise of what on earth the eLC and NGFL money, which all schools received, was spent on .... I would say forget the creative curriculum (the responsibility of the whole school) until your ICT curriculum (your responsibility) is being delivered - I doubt that control, data logging, modelling, most aspects of data handling or even of communicating information are being covered and that word processing (mostly identifiable as 'typing up'), drawing a Paint picture, knocking up endless overblown linear PowerPoints and the dreaded 'internet research' figure in most year groups' planning and that if you analysed the skills the children have they are hovering around L2/3, with little apparent progression? Hunting for grants could take up all of your time and break your heart, any funder would be justified in asking about all the government money given to the school and what happened to it. The first place to start is your head's office - get them on board or all of your effort will be frustrated. You need enough equipment to deliver the curriculum.Then look at free software and getting it onto your school network - online resources can be used as a stopgap but they are unreliable - then develop a long term strategy for resourcing ICT. If you are happy with the SOW audit staff skills and do some monitoring, get management time to observe lessons and dig into planning - especially of those teachers 'doing their own thing' - would that be acceptable in other subjects in your school? look at planning across a year to see the holes in coverage - I would suggest a large G&T to hand if you do that all at once.