Primary Computing

12th September, 2017

With only a third of ICT teachers holding a relevant qualification, the British Computer Society recently reported that many teachers were struggling to deliver the new curriculum, stating that only 25% of computing teachers felt confident delivering the curriculum.  Beyond the computing curriculum, digital technology can enable teachers to be more creative in the classroom where it can be used to teach many subjects, including literacy, maths, art and design. However, research from the University of Cambridge showed that some teachers may lack the confidence and skills needed effectively to integrate the use of ICT across the school curriculum in a way that would motivate students or create an interest in digital technology. 

Our new Primary Computing Package has been designed as a professional development and learning package that enables outstanding teaching of computing across key stages 1 and 2. It will offer subject leaders, class teachers and teaching assistants the opportunity to increase their knowledge, understanding and confidence in teaching the primary computing curriculum. Individual courses, in-school training and consultancy can also be purchased at any point in the academic year.

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