Most schools now have a Computing Curriculum in place that ensures coverage and progression across the primary phase. This session will allow attendees to review their present Computing Curriculum schemes of work to ensure they fully cover all aspects of the National Curriculum Programmes of Study and explore what mastery and working at greater depth would look like in their school.
The session will focus on how pupils can apply their skills and knowledge of the Computing Curriculum by purposefully using technology across the curriculum. Many of these opportunities will be related to using technology in Science and Maths. The session will be predominantly ‘hands on’ enabling attendees to explore and develop a range of effective cross curricular teaching sequences they can use in their schools. We will utilise a range of free and commercial apps and online content available on most platforms including tablets and Chromebooks. We will look at how digitally created work can be stored and utilised to create a digital portfolio of work and explore how pupils can use technology to demonstrate their understanding of key concepts and explain this understanding to others.
All training is delivered at the Innovation Centre and the cost of this full day training course is £175 (£140 for subscribing schools)
Please note that buffet lunches are freshly made by an external party and items may contain or come into contact with WHEAT, EGGS, PEANUTS, TREE NUTS, and MILK. If your delegates have food allergies / intolerances please ensure that you complete the special requirements section of the online booking.
All rooms at The Innovation Centre Bradford are located on the 3rd floor of the Digital Exchange. Access to the centre is either via stairs or a lift. If your delegate(s) has accessibility and special requirements please provide details via the online booking form.
Computing subject leaders and teachers of Computing in KS2