Primary


Primary Computing Conference – December 2017

London CLC is offering an exciting line up of speakers, workshops and a chance to bring yourself up to date on the latest developments in the computing curriculum on 7 December. There is plenty for EYFS as well as KS1 and 2 colleagues and inspiration for embedding computing across the curriculum. You will be able […]

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Anti-bullying week 2018: ‘All Different – All Equal’

Check out some great new resources and materials from a range of sources for this year’s Anti-Bullying Week. The official week is co-ordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance hosted by the National Children’s Bureau and with support from partner SafetoNet.     The website https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week contains a wealth of resources to download and use in class […]

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New-look for CEOP’s online safety website Thinkuknow

  The Thinkuknow website from CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection command) has recently undergone a redesign which makes reporting abuse and accessing online safety resources for children and young people, parents and school staff easier.  For school staff this means that it is straightforward to locate and download resources such as the new Play Like […]

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Understanding terms and conditions

  The terms and conditions we agree to when signing up for apps are often thousands of words long, and contain complex legal language that would have the majority of adults scratching their heads. As children and teenagers grow up in this digital world it’s our responsibility as adults and educators to help ensure they […]

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Calling all Computing subject leaders – a development programme for you!

  How do you influence the development of Computing as a subject within your school? Would you like to support colleagues more effectively and enable them to provide exciting and stimulating lessons that match pupils’ needs? Does it feel as if you are sometimes deflected from your curriculum focus by dealing with a range of […]

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Performance Poetry

Last Thursday 28th September was national poetry day. Poetry remains a core element of the English curriculum from reception onwards, but the manner of pupil engagement with it as an art form is evolving.   Slam poetry, or performance poetry, is becoming increasingly popular, especially amongst young people. Organisations such as SLAMbassadors (run by the […]

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iOS 11 – 5 great features coming to iPad for education

If you use iPads in school, it is likely you will shortly be able to update to Apple’s latest version of their mobile operating system, iOS 11. This comes with a swathe of new features, but what will make a difference in the classroom? Read our countdown…   p 5th Place – Screen Recording, on […]

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