CAS Powys Hub meeting
Weds 13 November
Welshpool High School
This is the Third Meeting of CAS Powys Hub. We are planning to tour the hub around Powys. We'll carry on a peer to peer exchange of tools and ideas, with enough time to network and discuss how schools in the area are developing computing. We have a number of schools who are beginning or considering offering GCSE Computing for the first time - exciting!
If you have anything for the "Show 'n Tell " session, please contact Emma Posey on email@example.com
16.00 - 16.30 Tea, coffee and biscuits available
16.30 - 17.30- Professor Roger Boyle, CAS Mid-Wales Hub leader, presents an Introduction to Greenfoot, the Java-based IDE
1730- 17.45– Bob Cannon, from Welshpool High School, presents PICAXE
1745 - 1800 Show 'n Tell - 5 minute bite-size presentations on useful ideas!
18.00 - Feedback, AOB and close
We look forward to seeing you.
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