4. A bit of CS4FN - sign-up for UK primary state schools (#abitofcs4fn)
**** PLEASE NOTE **** We have now run out of stock of #abitofcs4fn ****
Current stocks have run out, but given the big demand we hope to find money to print more to send out in September on a first come first serve basis.

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]

How we use your data anonymously:
We will publish our analysis of the combined anonymised data from the forms returned in evaluation reports and academic papers about the CS4FN project. We will not pass on your personal details to third parties, nor use them for other purposes than to send copies of CS4FN and our related material. Data will be stored on password-protected computers or in locked containers.

To remove your name from the mailing list or change address just email, or if you want to contact us separately please email Prof Paul Curzon or Jo Brodie at (cs4fn@eecs.qmul.ac.uk).

I have read the disclaimer below
I understand that we can only guarantee that primary state schools will receive printed copies during the pilot of #abitofcs4fn, and that priority will be given on a first-come-first serve basis. If we have resources we will send to as many subscribers as possible.
First name
Your answer
Last name
Your answer
Email Address
Please provide your school or home email address
Your answer
What gender do you identify as?
We're asking this question as part of our Athena SWAN Charter to monitor and promote equality in STEM subjects http://www.ecu.ac.uk/equality-charters/athena-swan/
Your answer
Job Title
Choose the one that is the nearest match for you
School Name
The full name of your school or educational institute for correct postal delivery (Please note we are ONLY posting to schools in this pilot project, but other addresses will be kept on file - if you are homeschooling please put N/A and fill in your address in the next sections)
Your answer
School Address - line one
The street address (first line) of your school or educational institution
Your answer
School Address - line two (optional)
If you need to provide additional address information
Your answer
City or Town
Schools in London are prioritised in this pilot but we will keep all schools / addresses on file in case we can expand
Your answer
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Currently we can only post within UK. A free PDF copy of #abitofcs4fn will be made available at the link above.
School postcode
Often people unintentionally give us their home postcode, so please check carefully!
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London schools ONLY - your school's borough
Number of copies of next issue
If you want more than 120 copies please tick that and email us on cs4fn@eecs.qmul.ac.uk
Contact telephone number (if requesting more than 30 copies please)
Our courier company requires a phone number for larger volumes
Your answer
Reasons and Comments
For us to send you a free copy YOU MUST FILL IN THE REASON / COMMENT SECTION. For multiple copies you must explain why you need more than one and how they will be used. Please note that this form is monitored only every few weeks so if you want to ask a question please email Paul Curzon or Jo Brodie (cs4fn@eecs.qmul.ac.uk).
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