Project ID - TIS001052
Coding Club: We aim to work with small groups of pupils to complete coding activities. Our pupils don't have any coding experience to date.

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St Joseph's Primary School
BT80 9JA


Catherine McKenna

Student Skills

Good ICT skills necessary.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will be able to develop and improve coding skills.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The tutor will gain experience working with a variety of pupils of various abilities. They will enhance their teaching skills as they explain and demonstrate coding expertise.

Extra Information

Having a student who could develop coding activities on either our laptops or ipads would not only benefit our pupils but also be of great use to our staff.

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