Scratch Course

Hands on training using the brilliant free programming tool.

A short high impact course for teachers

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Ideal for
Head of Computing ICT/Computing teachers – Secondary or Primary Phase

Based on the award winning and free software package Scratch which has been developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT, this practical course assumes no prior knowledge.

Scratch is a free visual programming language used to easily create animations, games, etc. and is an important stepping stone in the world of computer programming.

  • A cost effective way of implementing programming.
  • Uses fun, exciting and free software that encourages high level thinking and creativity.
  • Can be used with year 3 to year 9.
  • Covers the interface, sprites, command blocks and everything you need to know.
  • Linked to the computing programme of study.

High impact courses for teachers covering a range of themes including school improvement and higher level thinking, technology and computing, safeguarding and online safety.

  • Cost effective – just £49 per delegate (£29 for additional delegates from same school)
  • Minimum disruption – High Impact courses run from 1pm to 3pm
  • Conveniently located course venues with refreshments included
  • Delivered by experienced learning practitioners and professionals with years of educational experience

This course does not yet have a date and venue. To express an interest, please complete the form and we will contact you when details are available.

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