Primary school pupils in England are being taught computer programming as part of an overhaul of the national curriculum that saw ICT replaced with Computing Skills across all levels of education, from September 2014.
We run Chaos Created Code workshops for Primary and Secondary school pupils, and we can help teachers get to grip with programming and app development too.
We run half and full day workshops for large groups (up to a hundred pupils), hour-long lessons (on a regular or semi-regular basis), and also training for teachers too (on inset days or when convenient).
We teach the principals of coding, technical know-how, and the practical side of apps and getting ideas to market. We tailor our workshops to the age group, and their experience.
Chaos Created is made up of individuals with vast knowledge of web and app development, along with workshop and teaching experience. We have a bunch of apps on the market including Timedancer and Zombies Ate My City, both of which were featured on BBC’s flagship technology show, BBC Click.
We’ve also got experience leading workshops. We’ve been guest speakers at TeenTech days, appeared on several podcasts (Including Media Pulp and Off The Wall), and we’ve spoken at BAFTA about transmedia and app development.
So, if you’re looking for a one-off workshop, or regular classes – we’ve got something for your and your pupils!
Find out more at https://codecreated.com