Teach primary computing
Certificate awarded by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
This professional development programme has been designed to guide primary teachers through our comprehensive offer of courses, enrichment and resources and leads to a nationally recognised certificate. We expect it to take around 20 hours to complete.
There are two pathways under which we have gathered relevant courses and activities to help you advance your knowledge and experience of teaching primary computing.
Specialising or leading
Are you taking on a subject leadership role or looking to specialise in computing? This pathway will support you to build the confidence and expertise to lead computing effectively in your primary school.
Developing in the classroom
Are you a classroom teacher who wants to strengthen your knowledge of primary computing and develop your teaching of the subject? This pathway will help you to develop the understanding and skills to teach computing effectively.
Benefits to you
- develop your knowledge and skills in primary computing
- gain the confidence to teach great lessons and inspire learners
- build your profile and take an active role in the computing community
- receive a nationally recognised certificate in primary computing
How does the programme work?
Our learning pathways provide a set of recommended courses and activities to help get the right outcomes for you.
We offer financial support to state-funded schools and colleges across England, including subsidies to support supply cover for continuing professional development.
Our network of Computing Hubs are here to help you, providing local training and support for teachers across England.