CORE FOUR PREPARING AND PLANNING FOR THE NEW PRIMARY CURRICULUM PROGRAMMES OF STUDY. CLEVER COMPUTING. Timetable 8.30-9.00 – Meet and Greet 9.00-10.15 - Session 1 Why the shift to Computing? What do the changes mean for you in your school?
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PREPARING AND PLANNING FOR THE NEW PRIMARY CURRICULUM PROGRAMMES OF STUDY
8.30-9.00 – Meet and Greet
9.00-10.15 - Session 1
Why the shift to Computing?
What do the changes mean for you in your school?
10.15 – 10.35 Break for Tea and Coffee
10.35 – 11.35 Session 2
Unpicking the new curriculum
What does it mean for Key Stage 1?
11.35- 12.00 Session 3
Purple Mash Demonstration
12.00 -13.00 Lunch and Networking
13.00 -13.20 Introducing Algorithms in Key Stage 2
13.20 -14.10 Session 4 -An introduction to Scratch
14.10 -15.00 Session 5 - An introduction to Kodu
15.00- 15.30 Session 6- Next steps and Evaluation
In Key Stage 1 pupils should be taught to understand what algorithms are, how they are implemented as programs on digital devices, and that programs execute by following a sequence of instructions
Simple programming language
Only has 7 commands
Very KS1 and EYFS friendly
Really good for work on Algorithms
Lots of ready made resources online
Use logical reasoning to predict the behaviour of simple programs