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Big Bang 2016 - Day 4

Resources for everyone

All teachers are welcome to download and use our resources in the classroom. Whether you're familiar with the programme or not, discover a whole host of different workshop themes and activities to compliment your teaching (you don't have to be a Digital Schoolhouse Lead Teacher to use our materials!)

Our workshops

Download free workshops for your classroom.

Playful computing activities

Engage your pupils by learning through play.

Curriculum & assessment

Meet the new computing curriculum with our resources.

Our workshops

Free and downloadable workshops for inspiring your class.

Playful computing activities

Engaging pupils by learning through play.

Everyone loves a good story. Great stories will inspire you, keep you hooked and transport you to a different realm. Did you know that you...
One of the key playtime activities that almost every child  has engaged in is playing with LEGO bricks. Remember getting the playset,...
Imagine describing a network and the concept of packet switching. If you want students to understand how the networking protocols split up...
Everybody remembers solving jigsaw puzzles. By building in opportunities to develop Computational Thinking skills. 
Computational word games are a fun way to tackle pupils understanding of key terms in computing. The aim of the game is to try...
The aim of the game is to try and have a normal conversation with your partner and without breaking the flow sneak your hidden...
Data Representation is a key concept in computing, but often one that pupils can find difficult to grasp. Playing on the popular paint by...
Have you ever tried to teach programming using playdough? Suitable for all ages, this activity will bring playful fun to your computing...

Curriculum and assessment

Meet the new computing curriculum with our resources.

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