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Virtual Staff Meeting: An introduction to the NCCE scheme of workCC303C30

Start Date01 Nov 2021
Duration1 Hour
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Looking to implement the Teach Computing Scheme of work into your school? Join our Primary Lead, Sarah Vaughan for a virtual staff meeting where she can talk your staff through the scheme, the software needed and share some tips on issues such as mixed age planning, staff CPD and prior...

Introduction to algorithms, programming and data for D&T teachers - remoteCC429A02

Start Date02 Nov 2021
Duration10 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £440.00
Take your first steps towards teaching programming within Design and Technology, during this course you’ll explore different programming techniques and how to apply them to popular platforms such as VEX, Crumble and Micro:Bit. You’ll consider how use-modify-create...

Computer processors and instruction sets - remoteCC431C04

Start Date02 Nov 2021
Duration5 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £220.00
Computer programs are written in a language that humans understand, but what about the computer itself? Every piece of software, and the instructions and data it contains, is made up of 1’s and 0’s, handled by the central processing unit or CPU.Explore the core of a modern computer - the...

Python programming: working with data - remoteCC433A08

Start Date02 Nov 2021
Duration5 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £220.00
As you progress beyond the basics of Python programming, this course will help you develop the level of programming skill required for upto GCSE computer science. You’ll go further through the fundamentals of programming, with lots of hands-on experience under the guidance of highly...

Year 6 Teach Computing OverviewCC303E11

Start Date02 Nov 2021
Duration1 Hour
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
The Teach Computing curriculum offers six detailed units of work for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
This session will give you a clear overview of the units you will cover in Year 6.
The session will include an...

Virtual Staff Meeting: An introduction to the NCCE scheme of workCC303C31

Start Date03 Nov 2021
Duration1 Hour
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Looking to implement the Teach Computing Scheme of work into your school? Join our Primary Lead, Sarah Vaughan for a virtual staff meeting where she can talk your staff through the scheme, the software needed and share some tips on issues such as mixed age planning, staff CPD and prior...

Deep dive into computingCC303C32

Start Date09 Nov 2021
Duration1 Hour
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
This session will support computing subject leaders preparing for a deep dive into computing.

Teaching GCSE computer science: improving student engagement - remoteCC447C01

Start Date10 Nov 2021
Duration6 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFrom £65.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Effective teaching of computer science results from strong subject knowledge, and a detailed grasp of effective pedagogy. This evidence-based CPD will help you to develop your classroom practice, focused on the broadening and deepening of classroom pedagogy, helping you to get the best from...

Integrating a successful evidencing and assessment model in computingCC306C02

Start Date10 Nov 2021
Duration2 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Having completed the Leading Primary Computing course, this short extension looks at how to use the tools of a particular evidencing and assessment model to use in computing at your school.

Representing algorithms using flowcharts and pseudocode - face to faceCP220A06

Start Date11 Nov 2021
Duration1 Day
VenueWolverhampton
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £220.00
An understanding of algorithms is vital for success in GCSE computer science. Students need to know how algorithms are designed to solve a problem, and how these designs are represented to other humans.Improve your knowledge of algorithms to the level appropriate for GCSE teaching. Become confident in using the key...

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