Archive Month: December 2016


Computing for all

On Radio 4’s Today program this morning senior lecturer at Roehampton University, Peter Kemp, raised concerns about trends in computing education at secondary schools. According to his research, fewer girls and students from ethnic minority and poorer backgrounds are now sitting GSCE computing. Since the government changed the curriculum from ICT to computing there has […]

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Creativity, Coding and Conversation at the Computing Conference

On the 6th of December we held the first of our two annual Computing Conferences. Bringing together computing leads from across Lambeth and beyond, the conference provides a great platform for teachers to share knowledge, gain skills, and be inspired to try out new technologies in the classroom. The day kicked off with talks from […]

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BBC features ReflectED metacognition project

The BBC World Service made a podcast about metacognition this week, including a report on the ReflectED project at Rosendale Primary school. ReflectED was developed by Rosendale primary school, with help from London CLC and the National Education Trust. The BBC program, part of the ‘World Hacks’ series, looks at the impact of various approaches to […]

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