CAS Suffolk (Secondary) Hub meeting
John Hughes, Daniel Wight and Kelly Abbott
One College, Ipswich
14 Nov 2013 16.30 - 18.00
Come along to the first CAS Ipswich Hub meeting and find out more about what CAS has to offer you! We will be discussing bringing programming into the classroom
Light Refreshments available
16.30 - 16.45 Meet and Greet. Networking
Introduction and Welcome - What is CAS? Why you should join us?
16.45 - 1700 - What do you want from CAS? Wish list and feedback from group? CPD suggestions?
1700- 17.20– Kelly Abbott, from Kesgrave School, presents on "KS3 Scheme of Work"
17.20 – 1740 - "Ways to introduce programming", discussion
1740 - 1800 - "KS4 and beyond". Dan Wright, Suffolk One College discusses.
1800- Feedback on meeting, AOB and close
We look forward to seeing you.
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