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Cranmore Integrated Primary School
Student tutors who have a background in Computer Science or an interest in coding. Student tutors with the ability to motivate pupils and ensure they engage in learning
Pupils will: * Learn basic programming skills * Work together to identify and solve a problem * Be able to discuss their learning through a presentation to staff and peers
Student tutor will: * Gain confidence in providing opportunities for pupils in coding * Develop their skills in communicating with staff and pupils * Enhance their teaching skills by working with staff and pupils
Cranmore IPS is a grant-maintained integrated primary school located on Finaghy Road North. The school draws pupils from a wide catchment area across south Belfast, west Belfast and beyond. As an integrated all-ability primary school we aim to provide a happy, secure environment in which children can learn effectively to realise their full potential as unique individuals. This aim permeates the ethos of the school, the teaching styles and approaches, the pastoral care arrangements and the discipline policy of Cranmore. As children have different abilities, aptitudes and needs, their performances will vary from their peers but every opportunity will be given for children to experience success. Positive encouragement and praise for all pupils regardless of gender, colour or creed will enable them to develop intellectually, socially, morally and spiritually and become full contributing members of the school community. Further information about the school can be found at www.cranmoreips.co.uk
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