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Implementing the Teach Computing Curriculum in your school

CP255 Face to face course

This course aims to support teachers and subject leads in implementing the Teach Computing Curriculum in their own school.

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Leadership Key stage 1 Key stage 2 Teach primary computing certificate
Face to face course 1 day

  • Stoke-on-Trent 17 April 15:30—12 June 2024
  • Oldbury 24 April 09:00—24 April 2024
  • London 24 April 09:30—24 April 2024
  • Ashton-under-Lyne 30 April 10:00—30 April 2024
  • Dartford 1 May 10:00—1 May 2024
  • Derby 9 May 09:00—9 May 2024
  • Stoke-on-Trent 20 May 09:00—20 May 2024
  • Lincoln 20 May 09:30—20 May 2024
  • Thornton-Cleveleys 22 May 09:15—22 May 2024
  • Darlington 24 May 09:00—24 May 2024
  • Birmingham 6 June 09:00—6 June 2024
  • Sheffield 7 June 09:30—7 June 2024
  • Ashton-under-Lyne 11 June 09:30—11 June 2024
  • Wolverhampton 12 June 09:00—12 June 2024
  • Leeds 12 June 09:30—12 June 2024
  • Dartford 14 June 10:00—24 June 2024
  • Stotfold 21 June 09:00—21 June 2024
  • London 21 June 10:30—21 June 2024
  • Wellington 25 June 09:15—25 June 2024
  • 27 June 09:30—27 June 2024
  • Hatfield 3 July 13:30—3 July 2024
  • Sheffield 8 July 09:00—8 July 2024
  • 12 July 10:30—12 July 2024

This course aims to support teachers and subject leads in providing the best computing experience for their pupils using the Teach Computing Curriculum. It will guide leaders through the Teach Computing Curriculum’s design and structure, exploring how it can be implemented within an individual school’s setting. There will be a focus on the content children will need to learn, skills they will need to access this and how these are progressed within the curriculum. It will consider the starting point of schools and how best they can include the Teach Computing Curriculum resources to teach computing effectively, troubleshooting any issues that they may have. It will also support subject leads in getting to grips with content, software, and approaches to enable them to effectively deliver the curriculum within their own school.

Topics covered

Design and structure of the Teach Computing Curriculum- explore the design and structure of Teach Computing Curriculum and the research behind this. Unpick how this fulfils the National Curriculum objectives for computing.

Making it work in your school: software and hardware requirements- Identify the software and hardware requirements of the Teach Computing Curriculum and how this may differ in your school. Explore alternative software to deliver the content based on the technology within your school.

Making it work in your school: Teaching and learning- Identify potential barriers and how you can overcome them. Explore strategies for ensuring the curriculum meet the needs of pupils in your school, including how to provide support and challenge.

Planning to implement the Teach Computing Curriculum in your school- Develop an action plan for your school, considering where you are now, your identified issues to using the curriculum and strategies for overcoming them


You will:

  • Understand the aims and design of the Teach Computing Curriculum
  • Identify issues with implementing the TCC in your school and strategies for overcoming them
  • Explain strategies for support and challenge within computing
  • Know how to implement the Teach Computing Curriculum within your own setting, ensuring that it meets the needs of pupils in your school

This course is part of Teach primary computing

Teach primary computing

Our nationally recognised qualification will support you to demonstrate your commitment to developing your own practice and to computing as a school subject.

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