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Introduction to the Teach Computing Curriculum - short course

CP461 Live remote training course

Find out about the Teach Computing Curriculum and how to implement it in your school.

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Leadership Key stage 1 Key stage 2 Teach primary computing certificate
Live remote training course 90 minutes

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This course provides an overview of the Teach Computing Curriculum, a freely available whole school computing curriculum designed to ensure progression of subject knowledge and key skills. You will be guided through the topics and skills taught across the primary phase and understand how it may be adapted to your own school setting. Designed for any computing subject leaders, or class teachers, who are looking to introduce a new computing scheme of work or adapt an existing one. You’ll take-away a full computing curriculum package ready-to-teach and will learn how to further develop your capability in this exciting and vital subject.

Who is it for?

Subject Leaders, Classroom Teachers

Topics covered

  • the content of the Teach Computing Curriculum
  • overview of progression and assessment within the Teach Computing Curriculum
  • the requirements for teaching the Teach Computing Curriculum
  • adapting the Teach Computing Curriculum to your school
  • identifying further support for your setting

How long is this course?

90 minutes

How will you learn?

Remotely delivered online course

Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • understand what is needed in primary computing - the national curriculum
  • to understand how the Teach Computing Curriculum relates to the national curriculum
  • understand how the Teach Computing Curriculum may be used to teach computing within your school/class
  • to be aware of the range of support available
  • plan a pathway to improve computing 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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