Project ID - TIS001241
Coding in the Primary school We are hoping to develop our professional development by becoming familiar with coding. Teachers will be able to identify how coding can be implemented into the primary curriculum To understand how coding can be introduced to children from 4-11 years old and see how this can progress throughout the school Maximise teacher motivation and enthusiasm for implementing coding into their planning

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Project offered at

Silverstream Primary School
BT38 8XD


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Expected Pupil Outcomes

Children will be introduced to coding Pupils will learn about coding at a level appropriate for them Pupils will be able to use resources we have in school to their full potential

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Develop their understanding of the different levels for coding for a range of ages (4-11 years old) Opportunity to pass on their own knowledge and enthusiasm in this area to other adults Challenge their thinking on what coding 'looks like' for different levels as they plan for the progression throughout the school

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