CAS East Suffolk Primary Hub meeting
Head of Computer Science - Mrs Caroline Moore
Woodbridge Primary School
12th February 2014 16.30 - 18.30
Light Refreshments available from 16:00
16.30 - 16.35 Introduction and Welcome
16.40 - 17.30 - Clifford Road Primary and BT Education present and discuss their current collaborative work together. They are jointly designing and testing schemes of work for the new computer science currculum. In this session they will share the work they have undertaken and the lessons learnt.
17.30 - 18.00 Nicky Hughes, CAS Master Teacher for Suffolk, will talk about her role, the CAS "Network of Excellence" and the free CPD she, and others, are offering to Primary Teachers in 2014. This is an opportunity to help shape that programme to meet your needs.
18.00 – 18.25 Networking - 5 minute "show and tell" sessions - tell us what you are doing or share any problems encountered & Consideration of Curriculum Scheme of Work Hackday proposal.
18.25 - 18.30 Feedback, AOB and close.
(Programme timings may change)
We look forward to seeing you.
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