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Introduction to primary computing - remoteCD454F04

Start Date05 Oct 2020
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Introduction to primary computingComputing in primary schools is a practical, creative and knowledge-rich subject. This course provides teachers with the knowledge and confidence to get started on the journey to outstanding computing in your school, whether you’re a subject coordinator or another interested...

Engaging science for Key Stage 2RD183B01

Start Date12 Nov 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueOnline
FeesFrom £70.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course will enable you to plan and embed a progressive and engaging curriculum to meet the needs of the children. You will reinforce your own subject knowledge and learn how to tackle children’s common misconceptions

Developing the role of the Science Subject LeaderRD183B01

Start Date24 Nov 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueOnline
FeesFrom £70.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course will enable you to plan and embed a progressive and engaging curriculum to meet the needs of the children. You will reinforce your own subject knowledge and learn how to tackle children’s common misconceptions

Primary programming and algorithms - face to face (invite only)CD003G08

Start Date24 Mar 2021
Duration1 Day
VenueRedruth
FeesFrom £35.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £220.00
Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and unambiguous instructions to solve problems which can often be translated using a programming language for a computer to follow. By thinking computationally, children can harness the power of computers to extend...

Primary programming and algorithms - face to face (invite only)CD003G09

Start Date19 Apr 2021
Duration1 Day
VenueRedruth
FeesFrom £35.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £220.00
Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and unambiguous instructions to solve problems which can often be translated using a programming language for a computer to follow. By thinking computationally, children can harness the power of computers to extend...