Suitable for: Teachers currently teaching KS3 and/or KS4 computing and those wishing to teach the subject.
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In 2018, the University of Roehampton warned that a digital skills gap is emerging between students successfully completing GCSE computing and their peers. The typical computing student is likely to be male, comes from a relatively affluent background, studies triple science and is mathematically able. There is evidence that this growing digital divide is disproportionately impacting girls, disadvantaged students and some ethnic minority groups. This course seeks to equip participants with the knowledge to enthuse, engage and encourage all KS3 students to feel able to pursue the subject at KS4 and to create financially viable groups at KS4.
While you may not be able to attend our course face-to-face, we're delighted to announce that many of our courses are now available for fully online delivery.
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