Espresso Coding

Provider: Espresso Education
£475.00 + VAT Half-Day (£75 off for orders before July)
£425.00 + VAT Twilight (£75 off for orders before July)
£775.00 + VAT Full day (£75 off for orders before July)
Accreditation opportunities: n/a


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Description Worried about the change from ICT to Computing in National Curriculum 2014 and how you will deliver the coding aspects of the new curriculum? Espresso Education has been successfully providing CPD services to schools over the last 10 years. An impressive 98% of teachers would recommend our CPD sessions to other schools. Our award winning team of Professional Development consultants are now primed and ready to help you plan and prepare for the computer programming and coding elements of the new Computing curriculum. Let us help train all of your teaching team to become confident in coding and to understand how to fit this new requirement into an already packed curriculum. Full day, half-day(s) or two twilight sessions are available to help get you up and running with Computing, before you are formally required to teach it.
Duration 1.5hrs +

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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Participants will gain knowledge of:

  • Computer Programming objectives in the 2014 National Curriculum for ‘Computing’ including progression from KS1 to KS2
  • key terms used in the teaching of computer programming
  • how to program to a level that is required by the 2014 National Curriculum
  • Espresso Coding, a programme that has been designed to support the teaching of the new objectives
  • How to plan computing lessons using a scheme of work for Y1 – Y6 written specifically to meet the 2014 National Curriculum requirements
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How users/participants can evaluate success

Successful implementation of Computer Programming throughout the primary Curriculum in England

Follow-up activities and support


  • an explanation of the new curriculum requirements, a summary of what has to be taught, and when it has to be delivered
  • an introduction to Espresso Coding, with plenty of hands-on opportunities via guided tuition
  • discussion on how Espresso Coding and the associated Scheme of Work can be introduced into your planning

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.