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2020: A key year for training in Telford and Shropshire
Courses with Richard Smith and Paul Gerrie
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5th Dec: 'Deep dive' in Computing 4pmHLCCAS£0LINKTHANKS FOR COMING ALONG
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6th Dec: KS2: Day 2 all dayHadley ParkNCCE£0Fully bookedTHANKS FOR COMING ALONG
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9th Jan: SeeSaw and Tapestry learning journals 4pmAlexander FlemingAICT£45amazingict@me.com
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13th January: Primary Computing Leads 1.30 - 4.00Univsity Centre ShrewsburyUCS?LINK
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14th Jan ...NCCE launch event....3.30Mytton and MermaidNCCE£0
TeachComputing@chase.worcs.sch.uk
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17th January: Esafety (with Alan Mackensie) all dayHadley ParkAICT£149amazingict@me.comCERTIFICATED CEOP course
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22nd January: Secondary Computing Leads 9.30-12.00Univsity Centre ShrewsburyUCS?LINK
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22nd January: CAS (South Shropshire)Ludlow SchoolCAS£0
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30th January Head of Computing meeting for Telford teachers 4 - 5.15Alexander FlemingAICT£45amazingict@me.com
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31st January 20. NCCE Primary Algorithms and Programming. FLYERHadley ParkNCCE£35NCCE
£220 bursary available if the course is completed
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7th Feb: Crewe Primary Conference with sessions from Richard (Barefoot) and Paul (HTML)
Crewe (TBA£0
(see above info via p.gerrie@stem.org.uk )
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13th Feb : CAS Community 4pmHLCCAS£0amazingict@me.com
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14th Feb: NCCE KS1: Day 1Hadley ParkNCCE£35NCCE
£440 bursary available if the course is completed
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28th Feb: NCCE KS2: Day 1Hadley ParkNCCE£35NCCE
£440 bursary available if the course is completed
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3rd March: Edtech event (all day)Guildhall, ShrewsburyShropshire LA£0Claire.Morgan@shropshire.gov.uk
(see above info via p.gerrie@stem.org.uk )
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5th March: HTML course 4-5.15Alexander FlemingAICT£45amazingict@me.com
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6th March: NCCE KS1: Day 2 (book via link on 14th Feb)Hadley ParkNCCE£35amazingict@me.com
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20th March: NCCE KS2: Day 2 (book via link on 28th Feb)Hadley ParkNCCE£35amazingict@me.com
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Wed 25th March: 4-5.15 Scratch: 3 new coding activities (beginners): Barefoot course
Greenacres Primary (Shrews)
Barefoot£0amazingict@me.com
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27th March.NCCE New Course 1: 'Computing for new subject coordinators'?NCCE£35amazingict@me.com
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3rd April: NCCE New Course 2: Closing the gap: outstanding primary computing for all'
Hadley ParkNCCE£35amazingict@me.com
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21st May: Secondary Computing Lead update UCS ShrewsburyUCS?Link
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Thursday 4th June: 4-5.15 Scratch: 3 new coding activities (beginners): Barefoot course
John Randall PrimaryBarefoot£0amazingict@me.com
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NEWS: (Research Bytes Dec 19)NCCE
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Areas to consider for computing
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The questions outlined below will help frame conversations around your leadership of computing and ensure you are familiar with the key aspects of the subject:
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Intent
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What do you expect pupils to have learnt by year X and why?
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When do your pupils learn about concept X and why?
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How does delivering lessons on X build on prior learning?
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How does your curriculum enable key skills to be revisited over time?
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Implementation
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Why is computing delivered in this way across the school?
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What steps have you put in place to ensure the curriculum is being delivered as intended?
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What CPD have you attended over the past year related to computing? What about other staff?
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How are pupils supported to ensure the computing curriculum is accessible?
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How can the curriculum be adapted to stretch more able pupils in computing?
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Impact
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How do teachers know if pupils are meeting the expected standards in lessons?
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What should teachers do if the expected standard is not reached?
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What methods do teachers have for providing evidence of achievement in computing?
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How are pupils in year X progressing at this point in the academic year? How do you know?
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Online safety
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How is online safety delivered as part of the computing curriculum?
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How do you ensure pupils are kept safe when using technology in lessons? What about beyond school?
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Beyond the curriculum
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What are parents’ / carers’ views on computing in school?
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How do you facilitate parents / carers supporting their children with developing their computing capability?
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What opportunities are given for pupils to develop their knowledge of computing beyond the National Curriculum programme of study?
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Subject development
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How has computing developed over the last academic year?
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What are you plans for developing computing with your school over the next academic year?
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What about the next three years?
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OFSTED: Curriculum expectations set out in the Ofsted handbook and NC documents:
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· Implementation (P44 para. 183)
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· Sources of evidence (P46 para 189)
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· Impact (para. 193)
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· Sources of evidence (para. 197)
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· National Curriculum programme of study for the subject e.g. computing
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· EYFS outcomes (P29) for the subject & Development Matters (P41 and P42)
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The key two key questions are:
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What does a good quality of education look like in each subject?
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Where do we go and what do we do to help us evaluate the quality of education in each subject?
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Notes:
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RS owes Teagues 2 sessions
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RS owes Muxton 1 session
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RS owes Apley 2 sessions
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RS owes WWInfants 1 session
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RS owes St Lukes 2 sessions
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RS owes Lilleshall 1 session
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RS owes Grange Park 1 session
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