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

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Description

Cutting-edge advice for a cutting-edge curriculum

Unpick what’s been learned from the first 2 years of teaching

Fully integrate Computing Science and Design Technology

Clarify Ofsted’s latest Outstanding criteria

Range and content: what your pupils should know

Exploiting links with the Design and Technology curriculum

Achieve a balance between the key areas:

  • digital literacy
  • IT
  • computer science

A step-by-step guide for ensuring primary progression

Making Computer Science accessible for all abilities

Auditing and adapting existing schemes of work

Exploiting links with the Mathematics curriculum

Ensuring smooth key stage transitions

Setting up assessment processes in support of the curriculum

Teaching coding and programming using:

  • Scratch and Scratch Junior

  • 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

Subject

ICT / Computing

Course Type

Curriculum & Qualifications, Teaching & Learning

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