Maximising Progression in the Primary Computing Curriculum

Overview of the course
  • Upgrade your Primary Computing curriculum for the new year
  • How to develop fantastic computational attitudes
  • Formative assessment strategies to maximise ICT progress
  • Leave with flexible lesson ideas to confidently teach:
    • Algorithms
    • Programming
    • The internet
    • Decomposition
    • Generalisation
    • Code evaluation
Dates & Locations
  • 7th July 2020 | London

First Delegate Rate

£279.00 + VAT

Additional Delegates

£259.00 + VAT

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Phil Bagge

Phil was actively involved in creating the new Computing curriculum through his work with CAS and BCS. He is in demand nationwide for improving standards in primary computing. His training style is engaging and practical, and combines expert knowledge with friendly, accessible interaction.

by Phil Bagge


Create a cutting-edge curriculum

Clarify Ofsted’s latest Outstanding criteria

Online range and content of the curriculum

Expolit links to other subjects:

  • Mathmatic

  • Design and Technology

Achieve a balance between the key areas:

  • Digital literacy

  • IT

  • Computer Science

A step-by-step guide maximise progress

Audit current provision

Adapt existing schemes of work

Set up rigorous assessment processes

Ensure smooth key stage transitions

Toolkit for exciting curriculum

Teach coding and programming using:

  • Scratch

  • Bee Bots

  • Crumble Kits

Delegates receive

  • Activities to teach computational thinking, with or without a computer

  • Ideas to engage girls and boys

  • Techniques to embed new tech

  • Online post-course support

  • Delegate file including CPD certificate

Additional information


ICT / Computing

Course Type

Curriculum & Qualifications, Teaching & Learning


7th July 2020




Venue to be confirmed up to 4 weeks in advance

Presenter Phil Bagge
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