Did you know that there is currently a wave of training being offered to teachers on the computing curriculum? What’s more, some of you can actually get on it for free! (Or at least the heavily subsidised cost of only £35 each)
Part of my role as Subject Matter Expert for the NCCE (National Centre for Computing Education) is to promote training that is being rolled out in an effort to raise quality and consistency of computing teaching and learning across the UK.
My target area is all around the South Coast; if you are a teacher in a primary school and haven’t been offered this training, please get in touch with me straight away.
If you wish to browse courses that are available to you, or get your head teacher to sign you up and book you on, please visit the NCCE website.
If the training is on a date that you cannot make, please let me know as I can possibly arrange further training courses to commence anytime from now until October.
Please spread the word to all your primary and secondary colleagues; get back to me if you have any questions or suggestions!
Remember, even if you’re a primary school teacher but don’t teach computing, you soon may be required to! Plus, any training is great for your CPD…