Welcome to the West Sussex
CAS Hub Meeting
#westsussexcashub
@ChloeMuriel
£3.5 million given by the government
for all schools in the country to develop
Computing as a subject and re-train
staff…………………………
…………………….This equates to £175 per
SCHOOL, not even enough to pay for cover
for 1 day for 1 member of staff.
But with CAS hub meetings and collaborative
working we can share good practice and
ideas.
Teachers
Academics
The DHS
Computing
curriculum
Industry experts
Target groups
Gender – how to get more females taking the subject and
being interested in it.
Evidence to suggest that getting female students to
“buddy up” to solve a problem increases their confidence
and their ability to want to complete the task.
What we do at DHS:
- International Girls in ICT day – 23rd April 2015
www.girlsinict.ork.uk
- Get the girls to help write scenarios/schemes of work
- Promote role models that are alive!!
13-year-old Amy Mather
discusses how they took an
established concept and
edited it to reflect their own
original ideas. Mather is a
computer programmer who
has become famous in the
Raspberry Pi community for
being a passionate advocate
for coding using the tiny
computer.
Anne-Marie Imafidon is a British computing,
mathematics and language child prodigy. She is
one of the youngest to pass two GCSEs in two
different subjects while in primary school. She
passed two GCSE Examinations at the age of 11.
Martha Lane Fox, Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho, CBE
is a British businesswoman, philanthropist, and
public servant. Lane Fox co-founded
Lastminute.com in the dotcom boom of the early
2000s and has subsequently served on public
service digital projects.
Pupil Premium – The Education Endowment Foundation gives us
advice and support for working with Pupil Premium students.
What we do at DHS:
- Hour of code
- Differentiation for ability within being a PP student – NACE National Association for able Children in Education this is not the
same as NAACE
- FireTech summer School - www.firetechcamp.com
- Raspberry Pi loan scheme (with book)
- Laptop loan scheme
- Computing ‘champions’ in each class
- Evening sessions with each year group and parent/students to
develop skills
- #include - Diversity in Computing http://www.casinclude.org.uk/
For all students
• Switched on newsletter –
• Pupil Intervention Plan (PIP) sent home at the
end of every term for those students
projected to underachieve by the end of the
year.
• Extra curricular clubs – supported by STEM
and local businesses
• Purchased Big Trak and Robots to engage
some students
10C1/DC
Sam
James
Emily-Rose Aaron
Abbie
Jonah
Corey
Michael
Joseph
Michael
Joseph
Kai
Lewis
Zachary
Sam
James
Kayleigh
Nathan
Nathan Yau
Jake
Emily-Rose Aaron
Kayleigh
Ashley
Jake
Ashley
Tommy
Alex
Tommy
Jonah
Abbie
James
Charlotte
Charlotte
lex Gost
Ryan
Livija
Livija
Nicholas-Paul
Cameron
Corey
Jordan
Ryan
Nicholas-Paul
Jordan
Kai Meldrum
Door
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Stuck
M
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PP
SA
SA+
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Slow Progress
Teacher's Desk
Comment
Useful seating plans
People to follow on Twitter/useful
links!
http://bit.ly/EngageSENStudents
http://barefootcas.org.uk/
https://www.women.cs.cmu.edu/ada/Resources/Women/#
www.educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/toolkit/
http://www.geekgurldiaries.co.uk/
http://www.raspberrypi.org/tag/amy-mather/
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Welcome to the West Sussex CAS Hub Meeting