The new national curriculum for computing has been developed to equip young people in England with the foundational skills, knowledge and understanding of computing they will need for the rest of their lives. Through the new Programme of Study for Computing, young people will learn how computers and computer systems work, they will design and build programs, develop their ideas using technology and create a range of content.
But what does this mean for primary schools? How should school leaders be planning for the new curriculum and how can teachers develop the additional skills they will need?
In association with Computing at School (CAS) and NAACE, Rising Stars presents five regional training days for Primary Teachers and ICT Coordinators on Delivering the new National Curriculum for Computing in Primary Schools
. Designed to demystify the Programme of Study, these events will enable teachers to get to grips with the new requirements quickly and build on current practice.
Attend one of our 5 regional events to:
- Take away practical solutions to integrating computing into your existing school timetable
- Get hands-on experience of running games and activities to teach key computing principles
- Understand the requirements and vocabulary of the new Programme of Study
- Know how to get your pupils programming, across the curriculum
- Be ready to start teaching the new curriculum in September
Only £150 per delegate, visit our web page
for locations, dates and full synopses of the day. Now taking bookings!
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