Date(s) - 17/10/2017
1:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Christ Central Building
These half day (PSC) courses are aimed at primary and special teachers and subject leaders to give essential skills for teaching the primary computing curriculum. There are three sessions, save £40 by buying all three, each can be booked separately or you can send different members of staff to each one. The focus for each session is on practical teaching skills in the classroom covering the computer science curriculum objectives in each area.
Primary Computing Skills Courses 2: Scratch Tues 17th October 2017 1.30 – 4.00 pm – a practical workshop teaching how to get the best use of scratch, making sure that there is progression across the year groups and consider assessment criteria – Target audience – teachers in Years 2-6.
Participants will leave with new skills, knowledge and understanding of how to teach computing using Scratch. There will be consideration of how to progress through the years and assess the process with the pupils. Participants will be shown how to access a vast array of teaching resources and those that they will find most useful.
Please bring along a wifi enabled, fully charged internet device that is able to connect to an external network.
Light refreshments from 1 pm, session starts at 1.30pm. Car Parking cost (£3) will be refunded to the teacher on production of receipt or photo of ticket at the commencement of the course.