STEM Leading the new primary computing curriculum 4 day course

To be completed by: Mon 02 Nov 2015

Time: -Mon 02 Nov 2015 | Venue:

This 4 day residential course is being delivered at the National Science Learning Centre, York. Days 1 and 2 will be on 9 & 10 November and Days 3 and 4 will be on 6 & 7 June.

Note teachers or technicians working in state-funded schools & colleges in the UK are eligible for a £1,156 ENTHUSE Award.


Course description

Are you leading Computing in your school and looking to develop your own knowledge and support your staff to deliver a high quality curriculum?
This course is designed for computing subject leaders and teachers with a strong interest in leading computing. Over 2 residential periods, you will gain a deeper understanding of the aims of the curriculum, develop your own subject knowledge (including developing strategies to teach the ‘tricky bits’ and identify the role subject leader’s play in developing a whole school approach to teaching this new curriculum.
The course will look at key principles within the curriculum, such as debugging, computational thinking, variables, creating digital content, e safety, networks and hardware.
This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.
• gain confidence in leading an exciting and enriching primary computing curriculum
• learn new project ideas and skills to deliver the curriculum.
• improve your schools provision and delivery of computing lessons
• develop awareness of supporting organisations and resources available to support teaching
£1,102.00 plus VAT but you are eligible for a £1,156 ENTHUSE Award!
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Published: 09/10/2015
Audience: Primary Teachers and ICT Subject Leaders
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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