Coding in the Classroom Hub

Main aims of the project

  • To improve teachers’ subject knowledge and help them further develop their own coding skills
  • To improve the teaching of coding by modelling, sharing and demonstrating effective ways to teach coding
  • To help transition of coding skills from KS2 to KS3
  • To support coding in EYFS and KS1
  • Online activities throughout the year via the Coding in the Classroom Portal
  • Building Camden learning as a force for improvement
  • Developing great teachers and learners
  • Enriching learning in CamdenWhat activities are planned and when are they likely to take place?
  • Half-termly meetings (1–4pm)
  • Each meeting will focus on different coding skills and technologies, from simple block coding, through to Scratch, HTML, Python and more
Want to get involved?

What does the Hub plan to achieve and what resources will be created?

  • To continue supporting the development of coding skills in Camden schools
  • To support the teaching of coding through remote learning where necessary
  • To continue developing the Coding in the Classroom Portal, adding over another 100 video lessons and resources

Contacts

Lead Schools

New End Primary School

Karyn Ray

Headteacher

Max Wainewright

Coding Teacher