A short dictionary where pupils can copy and adapt code to use in their own creations
A collection of links to online materials that parents can use to help their children improve their programming skills. The material is organised as a set of challenges for those just starting out to children who want more of a challenge.
A nine week module of work on how the Internet works designed for upper KS2
Examples of Loops in Real Life
Seven simple scratch games for KS2 pupils
Create a simple fireworks program in Scratch & MSW Logo
Material on Computational Thinking and related topics
Python programming module I am teaching to Year 6
How to have lots of fun and teach about the importance of accuracy and debugging
KS2 Progression of skills in Scratch
All the resources from CAS Wessex CS Conference delivered to KS2 & KS3 Teachers
Resource to enable students to draw a Network Diagram
This has been written for Head teachers, Governors, the SLT and class teachers. The aim of this document is to demystify the programme of study and to dispel fears that it might be difficult to implement in their school.
These are the resources that came with the CPD Session
Resources that accompanied the CPD session
A simple short introductory module to Scratch aimed at KS2
Simple Scratch Conversation using broadcast commands
Design a sequence of instructions to get up using MS Publisher
Game that teaches Computational Thinking
This program can be used to make an Arduino Esplora act like a PicoBoard.
Simple Conditional Selection Ideas in the Physical World
A short introductory Prezi that can be used for introducing how the Internet connects together
Christmas themed resources to support the Hour of Code with Scratch
Two advent calendars (one simple, one more advanced) built in Scratch
Bubble Sort In Scratch (V1.4)
Shows a bubble sort using V2.0 of Scratch.
Exploring Cartesian Coordinates using Scratch
A scratch project about probability
Using Lego wedo to create a fan and Scratch 1.4 to program it
Key words from the 2014 computing curriculum for KS1 and KS2 in pupil speak.
Use action cards to program the human crane to move blocks
A guide to using codecademy.com to teach coding
A review of a Scratch 2.0 guide for students and teachers
A Scratch project where you can play rock,paper,scissors against the computer.
From primary curriculum to "I can" statements, resources and lesson activities
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