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    Being OFSTED ready in Computing

    by Philip Bagge -

    From discussions with schools that have had Computing deep dives inside and outside the County (published and unpublished) we believe that OFSTED have been training primary inspectors in computing. There is a new focus on knowledge, sequence of learning, retrieval practice as well as intent, implementation & impact. To help schools prepare we are focussing our next set of free CAS community groups on these aspects as well as providing new digital literacy and information technology resources. You can book a free place here and we highly recommend that you take advantage of this offer.

    Home Learning Compulsory for Pupils Isolating

    by Philip Bagge -

    Please note that the government has changed the requirements for home learning making it compulsory that pupils at home are offered the same education as those in school.

    You can read the BBC news article here

    Phil Bagge & Sue Savory

    Home Learning Survey

    by Philip Bagge -

    Dear SLT / Teachers,

    Many of us are hoping for the best but planning for the worst.

    Here is a Google Forms Survey that can be adapted for your school to help you find out what technology pupils have at home for home learning. To copy the survey you will need to have a Google account (home or EDU) if you are an EDU account your account must be able to receive files from outside the school, something that you might block for students but open for teachers.


    You will need to adapt it for your school.

    Look out for the XXXX to change

    Best wishes


    New Google EDU resources in primary home learning

    by Philip Bagge -

    In case schools need to return to remote learning or if schools want to use Google Classroom within school I have adapted some shape programming resources so that schools can have copies of the files on their Google EDU. 

    Look in Home Learning 


    Phil Bagge

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