A CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF THE ICT CURRICULUM IN WALES
The School of Applied Computing at the University of Wales Trinity St David is hosting a half-day ‘Computing at Schools‘ Conference on the 7th October 2015 from 1pm to 5pm.
The Conference will be taking a look at recent changes in ICT affecting the curriculum for Key Stages 1 to 4, and in particular at the New Computing Progression Pathways. We’ll be hearing talks from:
- CAS – Computing at Schools – Wales;
- CISCO Networking Academy;
- Birmingham City University representatives; and
- An IT skills and career-building program for learning institutions and individuals worldwide.
Location: Cadogan Conference Room, Mount Pleasant Campus.
Time: Wednesday 7th October 2015, 1pm to 5pm.
Fee: Free of charge.
Facilities: Refreshments will be available. Limited number of free NCP car park spaces are available.
To register for this event please click-here: http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/applied-computing-visit-days/. If you need any further details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01792 481192
The School of Applied Computing would like to thank Teacher Chris Rees and all the Pupils from Cwrt Sart Community Comprehensive School for visiting the School today for a Higher Education Computing Taster session. Led by Kevin Palmer and supported by Tim Bashford, Stephen Hole and James Williams (members of the School’s Lecturing Team) Pupils from Cwrt Sart enjoyed using a Visual Programming Environment to create a Game Application.
Congratulations to ALL the students who attended and demonstrated some very good Programming and Game development skills, Well done. We hope you enjoyed your day at the University.
For more information about Courses for Teachers in Applied Computing and Applied Computing Taster sessions for pupils please contact James Williams via e-mail: email@example.com.