Upcoming Events

These events are interactive online sessions led by an experienced practitioner.

1. Primary Programming and Algorithms 

Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and repeatable instructions to solve problems that can often be expressed in a programming language for a computer to follow. Using their knowledge of algorithms and programming, children can harness the power of computers to extend their capabilities and change the world.

This course is for primary computing coordinators looking to develop their own teaching and that of their colleagues. It would also be of benefit to any primary teacher or senior leader interested in teaching computing.

This course is split over the following dates: Monday 18th May, Thursday 21st May and Thursday 4th June

For full details, or to reserve a place, please view the course summary on the STEM website.

 

2. Primary Programming and Algorithms 

Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and repeatable instructions to solve problems that can often be expressed in a programming language for a computer to follow. Using their knowledge of algorithms and programming, children can harness the power of computers to extend their capabilities and change the world.

This course is for primary computing coordinators looking to develop their own teaching and that of their colleagues. It would also be of benefit to any primary teacher or senior leader interested in teaching computing.

This course is split over the following dates: Monday 22nd June, Thursday 25th June and Thursday 2nd July

For full details, or to reserve a place, please view the course summary on the STEM website.

 

3. Primary Programming and Algorithms 

Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and repeatable instructions to solve problems that can often be expressed in a programming language for a computer to follow. Using their knowledge of algorithms and programming, children can harness the power of computers to extend their capabilities and change the world.

This course is for primary computing coordinators looking to develop their own teaching and that of their colleagues. It would also be of benefit to any primary teacher or senior leader interested in teaching computing.

This course is split over the following dates: Monday 20th July, Thursday 23rd July and Thursday 30th July

For full details, or to reserve a place, pleaseview the course summary on the STEM website.