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Computer programmers, chemists, maths teachers, robotics engineers – these jobs all have one thing in common: they’re all STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) professions. Yet, the path to embarking on a career in this sector doesn’t happen overnight. In fact, it often begins during childhood.
Primary pupils are naturally inquisitive and enjoy exploring; STEM subjects naturally lend themselves to this type...
All Saints Church in Wales Primary School in Barry, has over 240 pupils ranging from early years to Year 6. As a Lead Practitioner School for Wellbeing and rated as one of the top five per cent of schools in Wales, it strives to create a happy and stimulating environment that delivers the highest standard of education for its pupils.
Whether or not your pupils are budding coders heading for Tech City, the idea of computational thinking is a fantastic transferable skill to have, especially now that a great deal of careers will be involved with technology in some way or another. But how exactly can you encourage this type of thinking in your classroom?
Since 2014, pupils across the UK...