Free NCCE computing curriculum remote CPD

Paul Scott is delivering remote CPD in his capacity as a Subject Matter Expert for the NCCE. These sessions are free to schools who have engaged with Paul and accessed the 3.5 hours of bespoke consultancy. Please contact paul.scott@stem.org.uk for any questions regarding eligibility for the CPD.

The following free sessions are all available to book on the www.skills4bradford.co.uk site by selecting Curriculum Innovation as the provider. Please note that this CPD is delivered remotely via Google Meet and all delegates will need to access the sessions via laptop / tablet device with a microphone and video camera. 

Queries over eligibility for the sessions or requests for information on how to access NCCE support should be directed to paul.scott@stem.org.uk.

Course Title

Description

Outcomes

Dates

Progression in Computer Science at KS1: Explore how this can be delivered using Scratch Jr.

Overview of the skills and knowledge progression expected at KS1 and hands on activity with Scratch Jr. Note you will need access to Scratch Jr either on a tablet device as an app or by downloading and installing the mac or PC version here  https://jfo8000.github.io/ScratchJr-Desktop/

Clear understanding of the progression in programming at KS1.

 

Increased confidence and understanding to deliver this using Scratch JR

12:30 – 14:00 20/5/20

or

12:30 – 14:00 09/6/20

Progression in Computer Science at Lower KS2: Explore how this can be delivered using Scratch.

Overview of the skills and knowledge progression expected at Lower KS2 and hands on activity with Scratch 3.0. Note you will need access to Scratch 3.0 online here  https://scratch.mit.edu/

Clear understanding of the progression in programming at Lower KS2.

 

Increased confidence and understanding to deliver this using Scratch

14:30 – 16:00 20/5/20

or

14:30 – 16:00 09/6/20

 

Progression in Computer Science at Upper KS2: Explore how this can be delivered using Scratch.

Overview of the skills and knowledge progression expected at Upper KS2 and hands on activity with Scratch 3.0. Note you will need access to Scratch 3.0 online here  https://scratch.mit.edu/

Clear understanding of the progression in programming at Upper KS2.

 

Increased confidence and understanding to deliver this using Scratch

12:30 – 14:00 27/05/20

or

12:30 – 14:00 17/6/20

 

Data handling at KS1: Explore how you can embed data handling activities across the KS1 curriculum.

Overview of the skills and knowledge progression expected at KS1 and demonstration and discussion of how this can be embedded in the KS1 curriculum. Note you will need access to some online materials but will be provided with passwords for them.

Clear understanding of the progression in Data Handling at KS1.

 

Increased knowledge and confidence of the apps and online content to achieve this linked to Maths and Science

14:30 – 16:00 27/05/20

or

14:30 – 16:00 17/6/20

 

Data handling at Lower KS2: Explore how you can embed data handling activities across the Lower KS2 curriculum.

Overview of the skills and knowledge progression expected at Lower KS2 and demonstration and discussion of how this can be embedded in the Lower KS2 curriculum.  Note you will need access to some online materials but will be provided with passwords for them.

Clear understanding of the progression in Data Handling at Lower KS2.

 

Increased knowledge and confidence of the apps and online content to achieve this linked to Maths and Science

12:30 – 14:00 04/06/20

or

12:30 – 14:00 24/6/20

 

Data handling at Upper KS2: Explore how you can embed data handling activities across the Upper KS2 curriculum.

Overview of the skills and knowledge progression expected at Upper KS2 and demonstration and discussion of how this can be embedded in the Upper KS2 curriculum.  Note you will need access to some online materials but will be provided with passwords for them.

Clear understanding of the progression in Data Handling at Upper KS2.

 

Increased knowledge and confidence of the apps and online content to achieve this linked to Maths and Science

14:30 – 16:00 04/06/20

or

14:30 – 16:00 24/6/20

 


Information

Published: 14/05/2020
Audience: All primary school staff
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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