A level computer science project Hackathon CY233

Develop your programming skills so you can provide effective support for your students during their non-exam assessment.


Summary

For those new to A level computer science, the programming project is an intimidating prospect. The aim of this unique two-day event is to give teachers the time and resources to prepare for the non-exam assessment.

This is a very practical course, designed to develop your programming skills so you’re able to support A level students.  We will focus on Python programming; however there will be opportunities to explore new technologies, to tinker with hardware and to learn new languages.

Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • create complex data models including cross-table parameterised SQL and aggregate SQL functions

  • utilise complex data structures eg stack, queue and binary trees

  • design a complex object-orientated programming (OOP) model

  • implement complex recursive algorithms eg merge sort 

  • develop appropriate human computer interaction designs in Tkinter

  • develop an excellent coding style eg the use of cohesive and loosely coupled subroutines grouped together into modules

Making the case for CPD is easy 

Use our handy fact sheet with key benefits of the course.

You will also learn how to access the ENTHUSE bursary to cover the cost of attending.

Download now

Scheduled dates

Interested In this course?
Sign up to receive our emails to hear about the latest CPD available

Actions

Share this