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Computing in the National Curriculum - a guide for primary teachers

Computing in the National Curriculum - a guide for primary teachers, written by Miles Berry, has just been published.

Posted: 21 November 2013

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Computing in the National Curriculum - a guide for primary teachers has just been published. Authored by Miles Berry (Principal Lecturer, Subject Leader - Computing Education) for Computing at School, it contains guidance for primary teachers on the new computing programme of study and has been endorsed by Naace. Thanks to funds from ARM and Raspberry Pi Foundation, CAS have posted a copy to every English primary school as well, obviously, as making the online version available - http://www.computingatschool.org.uk/data/uploads/CASPrimaryComputing.pdf.

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