Project ID - TIS001171
Coding Club - KS2 pupils Tutor would support class teachers and take small groups providing fun based coding lessons.

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Project offered at

Clandeboye Primary School
BT20 3JW


Rachel McMillan

Student Skills

Computing students or anyone with an aptitude in the area. Positive attitude. Organised. Role model for work ethic. Mentor the identified pupils and create a secure learning environment to meets the demands of this area of the curriculum while increasing pupil confidence and aspiration to succeed.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Increased perception of learning capability. Raised self-esteem. Gain skills in the area of coding.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Gain confidence in working with pupils and planning lessons for small groups. Develop communication skills with staff and pupils.

Extra Information

Tutors would be expected to upskill pupils in the use of coding while building self-esteem and raising confidence in their perceived learning capabilities.

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