Address: Quayside Road,
Bitterne Manor,
SO18 1DP
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Deeper into KS2 programming Thursday Dec 7, 2017 from 4:00PM to 6:00PM
Organised by Master Teacher: Phil WickinsPhil Wickins Hosted by: Bitterne Manor Primary School
Phil Wickins
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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence

Deeper into KS2 programming

December 7, 2017 at 4:00PM

Bitterne Manor Primary School

A deeper look into teaching programming and coding in KS2


This session will develop your understanding and practice of concepts from the National Curriculum including: abstraction, decomposition, sequencing and repetition. This session will include a hands on session (laptops provided) on using conditional operators within a variety of contexts, including controlling and simulating real life situations. There will be opportunities to gain resources and ideas on how to extend higher ability pupils.

This CPD will run at the introductory rate of £40 per delegate. Please also note that we also provide whole school INSET, staff meeting or twilight sessions at very reasonable rates.


Phil Wickins

Phil Wickins is a CAS (Computing At School) Primary Master Teacher in Computer Science funded by the DfE, a teacher in Bitterne Manor Primary School, Southampton and has recently completed his NPQSL (National Professional Qualification in Senior Leadership). With a background in film and music technology, Phil is passionate about involving all aspects of computing in cross curricular learning.

CPD Testimonies:
"Excellent delivery with practical and appropriate ideas to take straight back into the classroom."
"The training session was extremely fun to participate in, it allowed us to actually get engaged in our own learning and gave us a really good idea on how to start teaching pupils."
"...prior to arrival the session seemed daunting due to the 'technical' nature of the subject, but the trainer made the subject accessible and easy to understand."


Bitterne Manor Primary School

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