The KS3 Curriculum
Thursday 25th June, 2015
Egglescliffe School, Eaglescliffe
5:00pm - 7:00pm
We're one year on from the official start of the new Programme of Study, so how have things gone? Is your department moving towards complete coverage, or are you just starting out? What have been the successes, and challenges, this year? What worked? What ideas can you share with others and what ideas will you take away?
This is an opportunity to get together and to collaborate. Bring a story, or a video, or an idea. Hopefully you'll leave with enthusiasm, support and a range of suggestions to help you to plan and implement lessons, schemes of learning and after school clubs for the next academic year.
Any questions? Want more details? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are CAS?
Computing At School is a grass-roots organisation made up of teachers, parents, governors, HE academics and people from industry, all of whom have a passion to support the delivery of computing in schools, at all key stages.
CAS is the subject association for computing and and we have hubs up and down the country, run by volunteers (usually teachers). To find out more about CAS, visit the website, or better yet, join CAS Online to get involved in the discussions and resources.
Computing at School is endorsed and supported by:
When & Where
CAS Teesside Hub
Generally based in the Tees Valley, but covering everywhere from the Penines to the North Sea and from Durham to North Yorkshire, we meet once a term and try to put a focus on practical ideas and sharing.