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Advanced Scratch - Mastering Scratch in the Primary Computing Curriculum Thursday Jan 18, 2018 from 4:30PM to 6:00PM
Organised by Master Teacher: Matt WarneMatt Warne Hosted by: RGS The Grange
Matt Warne
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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence

Advanced Scratch - Mastering Scratch in the Primary Computing Curriculum

January 18, 2018 at 4:30PM

RGS The Grange

An event to assist Computing practitioners with advanced functionality of Scratch. Led by Matt Warne and James Radburn experienced Primary Computer Specialists. This is a FREE course


Time Topic
16:30 Registration and Refreshments
16:40 Curriculum
16:45 Features
17:00 Broadcasts / Variables and making custom blocks
18:00 Feedback Survey and Close


Matt Warne

My current role is Head of Computing and IT at RGS The Grange preparatory school in Worcester. I have led Computing and IT in education settings for over ten years including a two year, lead teacher, spell working for the Worcester Warriors. I have had fabulous opportunities to use technology in education and have led many workshops, I even taught Princess Anne to Podcast! I love blogging and networking with other like-minded teachers and use Twitter to share great ideas and resources @MattWarney I have led Master Teacher sessions with CAS, run Apple Regional Training Centre courses and now run the CAS Worcester Primary Hub - I am passionate about the role in supporting and working with practitioners throughout the county and beyond.

All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.


Matt Warne

RGS The Grange

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