Upcoming Events

  • Assessment Of Primary Computing
    24 May, 10:00 – 15:00
    Holiday Inn, Winchester, Telegraph Way, Winchester SO21 1HZ, UK
    Effective teaching includes the skilful use of assessment, to check children’s knowledge and understanding, and to overcome misconceptions. Accurate assessment informs adapted teaching, supporting the learning journey through the whole computing curriculum.
  • Leading Primary Computing (Over Three Days)
    Multiple Dates
    23 Mar, 15:30 – 06 Apr, 17:30
    Remote
    This course will help new computing coordinators to clarify their role and develop and implement a broad and balanced curriculum. This course takes place over three days.
  • Physical Computing Kit - KS3 Microbit
    09 Mar, 13:00 – 16:00
    Queen Anne's School, 6 Henley Rd, Reading RG4 6DX, UK
    During this CPD, you’ll explore how the micro:bit, can be programmed to control creative digital projects with a range of programming environments! Bursary is available; for details, click here: https://teachcomputing.org/bursary
  • Teaching And Leading Key Stage 2 Computing CPD (Over Two Days)
    09 Mar, 09:30 – 10 Mar, 14:30
    Doubletree by Hilton, M4, Junction, 13 Oxford Rd, Newbury RG20 8XY, UK
    This two-day professional development complements our one day programming and algorithms course. Over two days you will broaden your understanding across the whole computing curriculum. Bursary is available; for details, click here: https://teachcomputing.org/bursary
  • Teaching And Leading Key Stage 1 Computing CPD (Over Two Days)
    02 Mar, 09:30 – 03 Mar, 14:30
    Holiday Inn, Winchester, Telegraph Way, Winchester SO21 1HZ, UK
    Computing is a broad subject, made up of computer science, information technology and digital literacy. This two-day professional development complements our one day Primary programming and algorithms course, giving you confidence in teaching the whole of the key stage 1 curriculum.
  • Python Programming: Analysis, Design And Evaluation: Remote Over Two Days
    As you progress beyond the basics of Python programming, this course will help you develop an understanding how programs are developed using the software life cycle, specifically the analysis, design and evaluation of a working solution.
  • New To Computing Pathway For Business Teachers - Remote Over Three Days
    This course is intended for non-specialist Business teachers who are new to computing, wanting to learn more about the knowledge required to deliver the computing curriculum. Bursary is available; for details, click here: https://teachcomputing.org/bursary
  • Primary Programming and Algorithms
    27 Jan, 14:30 – 10 Feb, 15:30
    Remote
    Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. This course will explore this over the course of three days (see below for details). Bursary is available; for details, click here: https://teachcomputing.org/bursary
  • 27 Jan, 09:30 – 28 Jan, 15:30
    Newbury, M4, Junction, 13 Oxford Rd, Newbury RG20 8XY, UK
    This two-day professional development complements our one day programming and algorithms course. Over two days you will broaden your understanding across the whole computing curriculum.
  • Within this course you’ll learn how examinations are designed and written, the key terminology used in exams and how this should be approached by students.
  • 18 Jan, 16:00 – 18:00
    Queen Anne's School, 6 Henley Rd, Reading RG4 6DX, UK
    During this CPD you’ll explore how Crumble can be used in the classroom, with blocks of code ‘snapping’ together in an easy-to-use, Scratch-like environment suitable for key stage 2.
  • 18 Jan, 13:00 – 15:00
    Queen Anne's School, 6 Henley Rd, Reading RG4 6DX, UK
    During this CPD you’ll explore how Crumble can be used in the classroom, with blocks of code ‘snapping’ together in an easy-to-use, Scratch-like environment suitable for key stage 2.
  • Take your first steps towards teaching GCSE computer science and establish a foundational knowledge of concepts, terminology and classroom practice. Find out how algorithms are designed and how programs are written to provide clear instructions to machines.
  • New To Computing Pathway for English Teachers: Over Two Days
    28 Apr, 10:00 BST – 29 Apr, 15:00 BST
    University of Reading, Reading RG6 6DT, UK
    This pathway will support you, as an English teacher, start your journey to becoming upskilled with the subject knowledge and confidence to teach computing. Bursary is available; for details, click here: https://teachcomputing.org/bursary
  • New To Computing Pathway for Business Teachers: Over Two Days
    25 Apr, 10:00 BST – 26 Apr, 15:00 BST
    University of Reading, Reading RG6 6DT, UK
    Computing is an evolving and exciting subject to teach that opens up career options. This pathway will support you, as a business teacher, start your journey to becoming upskilled with the subject knowledge and confidence to teach computing.
  • Introduction To Algorithms, Programming And Data for D&T Teachers: Over Two Days (1)
    04 Apr, 10:00 BST – 05 Apr, 15:00 BST
    University of Reading, Reading RG6 6DT, UK
    Take your first steps towards teaching programming within Design and Technology, during this two-day course you’ll explore different programming techniques and how to apply them to popular platforms such as VEX, Crumble and Micro:Bit.
  • New To Computing Pathway For D&T Teachers - Remote Over Three Days
    Take your first steps towards teaching programming within Design and Technology, during this course you’ll explore different programming techniques and how to apply them to popular platforms such as VEX, Crumble and Micro:Bit.
  • New To Computing Pathway For Maths Teachers - Remote Over Four Days
    Computing is an evolving and exciting subject to teach that opens up career options. This pathway will support you, as a Maths teacher, start your journey to becoming upskilled with the subject knowledge and confidence to teach computing.