School Workshops

Staff Training 

Developing your skills and confidence

Developing confidence and a thorough understanding of the computing curriculum is key. 

Developing confidence in the use of equipment and how to embed all areas of computing within your school curriculum and ensure progression is fundamental to engagement.

We offer whole school CPD through INSET or staff meetings, or can work alongside teachers using a 'team teach' approach. Teachers see first hand how to implement skills and develop confidence in managing computing in their class.

Early Years

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EYFS and KS1 Resources
EYFS and KS1 Resources

Get the most out of the equipment you have and ensure it is used to develop basic skills.

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Embedding Computing
Embedding Computing

Look at how to develop and embed computing in your curriculum.

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Computing begins in the EYFS setting. Although it has not mandatory we do believe to give children a strong start that 'computational skills' can be and should be taught in the EYFS setting. Equipping children with the skill to investigate and engage with technology is crucial to building a confident approach to using technology in day to day life. 

Understanding the Computational Thinking Approach builds key skills such as exploration, perseverance, working with others, tinkering, developing children's ability to confidently problem solve

Training supports teachers to tweak and adapt their current curriculum to encourage and embed computational skills. Through the use of 'plugged' and 'unplugged' activities children can develop key skills which support and encourage school readiness. 

Key Stage One

Develop Enrichment
Develop Enrichment

Using computing to enrich art. Making the most of apps/software.

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KS1 Apps
KS1 Apps

Identify apps that support teaching.

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Animation
Animation

Develop stories through animation. Use stories, topics to enthuse children and consolidate work taught.

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Computer Science
Computer Science

Use imaginative ways of developing children's understanding of algorithms.

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Computational Thinking
Computational Thinking
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Scratch Junior
Scratch Junior
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Develop and embed skills in the Key Stage One curriculum. Get the most out of the KS1 curriculum supporting teachers with their knowledge and skills using software and apps to confidently teach each part of the curriculum.

Digital Painting

Digital Writing

Grouping Data

Fundamentals of Computer Science

Animation 

Digital Photography

Robot Algorithms

Key Stage Two

Digital Safety
Digital Safety

Develop citizenship to focus on digital safety.

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Embedding Computing
Embedding Computing

Looking at how to embed computing in other subjects.

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Linking Music
Linking Music

Developing awareness and engagement in music using apps.

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Embedding Seesaw
Embedding Seesaw

Confidently using platforms as a means of paperless teaching , recording and assessment.

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Crumble Kits
Crumble Kits

Setting up and developing projects using the crumble kits. Adding progression through the use of physical computing.

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Getting started - Micro:bit
Getting started - Micro:bit

learn how to develop projects and embed them in your curriculum.

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Projects using Micro:bits
Projects using Micro:bits
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Scratch Training
Scratch Training

Develop your confidence and understanding of scratch. How to develop a sequence of progressive lessons throughout Key Stage 2.

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Curriculum Progression
Curriculum Progression
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Map out your skills and progression in Key Stage Two. Get support to develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of the expectations of this key phase. Embed skills across the wider curriculum and look at how to develop key skills in computing supports children in becoming digital leaders. ​

Networks

Databases

Digital Music

Programming

Video Editing

Vector Drawing

3D Modelling

Grouping Data

Physical Computing