Tools to deliver the new Computing Curriculum


This came from NAACE and may be of interest to schools

Naace Professional development training event

Naace is pleased to announce a new training event for teachers which will help prepare for the new primary Computing Curriculum.

Tools to deliver the new Computing Curriculum
Tuesday 24 June – National STEM Centre, York
Friday 4 July – Park Crescent Conference Centre, London

We have developed a one day training event aimed at primary teachers and school leaders which will provide useful information and tools for teachers to use in schools to help them deliver the new Computing Curriculum.

The day will comprise of a mixture of practical keynotes which demonstrate evidence of the impact of successful computing, along with various practical seminar sessions which will give you invaluable information and ideas which you can take away and implement within your school.

Speakers across the two events include:
Sarah Horrocks – Director, London CLC
Chris Wood, Learning Platforms & Portal Manager, LGfl
Miles Berry, Naace Board of Management
Dughall McCormick, Naace Chair of the Board of Management
Simon Finch, eSafety officer, NGfl
Victoria Parsons, eSafety Manager, YHGfl
STEM Centre

Seminar sessions across the two events include:
1. Paul Wright, Hull Primary School
‘Using the just2easy primary tool suite across devices to meet the needs of the new curriculum and build portfolios of evidence’

2. Sue Nicholson, Consultant / Gareth Nichols, Executive Headteacher, North Lincolnshire
‘Interactive Computing tools and resources’

3. Dan Cresswell, Regional Manager, EducationCity
‘EducationCity V2 supporting Computing in NC2014’

4. Jo Allen, Teacher, Bradford Grammar School
‘Create stimulating lessons with Apps based around the new Programme of Study’

Cost to attend is £95 + Vat per delegate.
For more details, including how to book your place and to download the programme for each event, please click here
Thanks to our event sponsors:

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