On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence
Three-Day Python Programming Course from Beginners to GCSE
commencing February 15, 2017 at 9:00AM
Royal Grammar School
|£140 per day attended or £350 for the whole 3 days.|
This CPD will equip you with the skills and confidence to teach an interesting and engaging up to the top end of the GCSE Computer Science curriculum leading up to A-level and will give you strategies to prepare your pupils to start their A level coursework. The course will start at the beginning looking at programming involved at Key Stage 3 before moving onto the more demanding aspects of GCSE and into the start of A level.
There are 2 teachers on this course both of whom have extensive experience of teaching Computer Science at GCSE and A Level. Ilia and Darren are extensively involved with the OCR Examination Board, through the provision of resources, training, assessment and examinations.
Darren is Head of Computing at the Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe, and a CAS Master Teacher. He leads the Buckinghamshire CAS Hub. He has been teaching A-Level Computer Science since the 1990's and GCSE Computing since the course started in 2010. Darren has been an active and leading member of CAS and has successfully delivered a series of CPD events aimed at supporting teachers at all levels through primary and secondary education.
Ilia teaches Computer Science at the Royal Grammar School. 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 around the country. He has a wide experience of teaching Computing and has co-authored the new Key Stage 3 Computing textbook for Hodders.
Leader Bucks CAS Hub, CAS Master Teacher, Head Of Computing, Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 6QT
All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.
Darren Travi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Royal Grammar School
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