CAS Luton and Beds First Hub Meeting KS3&4 24th October
Thursday, October 24, 2013 from 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM (BST)
Luton, United Kingdom
CAS Luton and Beds First Hub Meeting KS3&4
24th October 2013 4.15pm - 6pm
Come along and find out more about what CAS has to offer you!
Light Refreshments available
4.15pm Welcome by Chair - Christian Turton
4.20pm Networking and Discussion Activities - Approaches to the new curriculum strands
4.55pm - Guest Speaker: Mike Sandford, STEM Ambassador- Getting started with Python
5.10pm - Guest Speakers: Gordon Brady and Dr Kristoffer Getchell, University of Bedfordshire
5.30pm Guest Speaker: CAS Master Teacher Darren Travi - The OCR GCSE in Computing
5.55pm - Q&A - Evaluations
We look forward to seeing you.
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