On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence
GCSE Computer Science 1 Day Course Tackling the 2017 A452 Research Tasks
September 24, 2016 at 9:00AM
Royal Grammar School
Designing a flat file database;
Designing a relational database;
SQL interactive and batch modes;
Practical work with SQL.
Delegates are advised to bring in their own laptops with the MySQL software pre-installed (such as UniServer3_3_UPX, or similar WAMP programs)
Darren Travi and Ilia Avroutine
Darren is Head of Computing at the Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe. He is a CAS Master Teacher and leads the Buckinghamshire CAS Hub. He has been teaching A-Level Computer Science since the 1990s and GCSE Computing since the course started in 2010. He has been an active and leading member of CAS and has successfully delivered a series of CPD events aimed at supporting teachers delivering Computing at all levels, from Primary to Secondary. Darren is also a lead trainer for OCR's GCSE Computing courses, and is a member of its assessment and examination team.
Ilia teaches Computer Science at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe.He has taught A-Level Computer Science for five years, having previously taught Computing in Canada. He co-leads the CAS Bucks Hub and has run a number of training events - including at the annual CAS Conference in Birmingham - as well as a series of CPD events around the country - including as a lead trainer for OCR CPDs. He has a wide experience of teaching Computing and has co-authored the Key Stage 3 Computing text book for Hodders.
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Royal Grammar School
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