Archive Author: <span class="vcard">Kim Morrison</span>


London CLC is a Bett finalist!

London CLC has made it through to the finals of the Service and Support category of the Bett Awards 2018. The award celebrates UK-based companies and educational organisations that provide effective services, support and professional development to ensure that ICT really makes an impact in the classroom. It recognises the fact that educators need ongoing […]

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Work for an award-winning team: Teaching assistants wanted

Wanted: Creative Teaching Assistants £9.75 per hour/Casual basis We are looking for some lovely people to join our team on a casual basis to support our innovative digital programmes that support children and young people, their teachers and their families. The role will involve supporting teaching sessions both at our centre in Clapham Old Town […]

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TATE Exchange: Giving children free-choice and playing with ‘big ideas’

Being a TATE Exchange associate presented the CLC with a unique opportunity not only to reconsider and develop our practice but also to consider how our work fits into the wider world context. TATE asked its collaborators to ‘explore and illuminate’ the value of art to society. This provided us with an ideal starting point. […]

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Chelsea School of Art meet Hill Mead’s digital leaders

In late January the CLC took ten digital leaders from Hill Mead Primary to Chelsea school of Art, home of the CCW Digital Maker Collective. The pop-up maker space is an open collaboration between UAL students and is aimed at raising awareness and encouraging engagement in digital. As part of a series of TATE Exchange exhibitions, […]

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Humanities Conference: Booking Open

The CLC 2017 Humanities Conference is less than a month away and places are going fast. Book yours now on our website. These popular conferences are ideal for any school staff with an interest in, or a responsibility for, geography, history and RE, as well as creative and cultural learning. This year workshops will explore Virtual […]

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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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Cross-curricular computing

Our Winter Computing Conference is coming up on Tuesday 6th December, our theme is cross- curricular computing. Computing is full of cross-curricular ideas, like perseverance, problem solving and creativity. We also think that computing makes most sense when it is in context. Other subject areas can give this context. Each workshop at the conference will focus […]

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