ICT Computing Courses
An intermediate course for teachers with some previous experience of teaching programming and/or Python
Make a powerful ally in delivering the computing curriculum in the form of a programmable orange cat!
Why pay for a VLE when Google Classroom does it all (and more) for free? Find out how to get the most out of Google's powerful education offering with award-winning author, blogger and tweeter Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist)
Turn your teaching upside down for greater pupil engagement and attainment.
Rapidly develop a scheme of work that's right for your school and see your performance in computing improve.
A new course for primary teachers to help unlock the full power of the Raspberry Pi 2.
Deliver the computing curriculum by creating apps for mobiles with MIT App Inventor.
The use of iPads in education is a revolution that's only just begun. One of the most exciting prospects for schools that have bought iPads is filmmaking, because now pupils can shoot, edit and upload with a single device. Not wishing to overdo it, but as a step in the progress of information technology this is as significant as the Guttenburg press or the invention of television!
Filmmaking is not only fun, creative and rewarding, it's also a great way to explore and learn. With inexpensive cameras and software available in most schools, you're never too young or too old to start your career as a filmmaker.
Engage and motivate your KS3 and KS4 pupils with tried and tested strategies for delivering outstanding computing.
Created in partnership with a community of teachers,trainers and experts world-wide, The Linux Essentials program provides a solid foundation and in turn helps you to prepare the next generation to acquire the advanced skills needed to fill increasing shortages of workers in today's mixed IT environments.
The Raspberry Pi Introduction Workshop is about getting you up to speed on the £26 computer that's spearheading a fundamental change in the way technology is taught. It will help you over the initial hurdles and guide you hands-on through set-up and connection of peripherals to programming and interfacing with basic electronic devices.
Our new course will show you how you can exploit the full potential of the Raspberry Pi with inspiring and challenging activities for your pupils.
If you're brand new to programming, or your programming experience was in another language in the distant past, this is the ideal starting point to give you a foundation in textual programming using Python.
Create your own Scheme of Work to deliver the Primary Computing Curriculum.