Project ID - TIS001413
Coding in a Learning Support Unit Support class teacher to deliver coding lessons to small group of Key Stage 2 pupils with additional needs.

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Project offered at

Kilcooley Primary School
BT19 1QS


Pauline Brown

Student Skills

Knowledge of coding and ability to plan and deliver lessons appropriate to pupils with additional needs, in partnership with the teacher.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Gain skills in the area of coding. Development of problem solving skills.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Experience of working in a Learning Support Unit, planning and working with pupils with additional needs.

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