We're piloting "A bit of CS4FN" which will be a compact, new primary-focused version of CS4FN for children (~age 8-12) and their teachers. We have limited money for a pilot issue and to post printed copies of the new magazine to a limited number of UK primary state schools and we invite schools to subscribe. In the future we hope we can secure funding to expand this to more schools, and also to homeschoolers. Please add yourself if you're interested in being on our mailing list to hear about primary school resources. See the linked "A bit of CS4FN" website [https://abitofcs4fn.org/] where we will post many more articles than in the magazine. Free downloadable copies of the magazine in PDF form will be able to everyone here [https://abitofcs4fn.org/]. We welcome feedback and need it both to improve and to help justify extending the project to our funders. Please tell us what you think and how you actually use the magazine and how we can improve at [https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/caslondonresourcesfeedback]
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