Curriculum Courses 2021/22

If a course is fully booked or there is not a suitable date you will be put on a waiting list for the next available date.


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New- Computing/ICT Subject Leader - TBC
Dates & Time

Venue: Online Course

Time:    1.30pm - 2.30pm

Session 1  TBC

Session 2  TBC

Session 3  TBC

Session 4  TBC

Session 5 -TBC

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Course Overview

New to the role of Computing Subject Leader/Coordinator?  

Not quite sure what the role entails or where to begin?

This online course is designed to equip those with responsibility or leading the computing curriculum in their primary school with the knowledge, skills and confidence to do so successfully.

The course is allotted five, one hour online sessions to give delegates the opportunity to develop a plan and start some of the tasks indentified. Delegates will need to attend all sessions to be awarded the Warwickshire ICTDS certification for the Role of Computing /ICT Subject Lead.

Learning Outcomes
  • Develop your knowledge and understanding of the computer curriculum.

  • Translate the jargon and terminology in the curriculum into concepts that you understand and can communicate to teachers and pupils.

  • Ensure that the Computing scheme of work is delivered in an engaging and fun way and it meet the requirements of the DfE

  • Understand what Ofsted and policies that need to be addressed 

SAS subscribers: £200

​Non SAS subscribers: £270

KS2 Understanding Computer Networks - TBC
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Course Overview

Can you deliver the tricky parts of the computing curriculum?

This online course is designed to equip those with little knowledge on computer networks, including the internet; how they provide multiple services, such as the World Wide Web; and the opportunities they offer for communication and collaboration.

The course is allotted three, one hour online sessions to give delegates the opportunity to develop a test out some of the concepts to enable them to teach this part of the computing curriculum. Delegates will need to attend all sessions.

Learning Outcomes
  • Develop your knowledge and understanding of the computer networks

  • Translate the jargon and terminology in the curriculum into concepts that you understand and can communicate to teachers and pupils.

  • Identify the different types of computing hardware

  • Develop presentations to help deliver this part of the curriculum

Venue: Twilight Online Course

Time:    3.30pm - 4.30pm

Session 1  TBC

Session 2  TBC

Session 3  TBC

Digital Network Cables


SAS subscribers: £85

​Non SAS subscribers:  £112

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An award winning primary learning resources, filled with creative tools for use across the curriculum. Ideal for remote and blended learning with tools , apps and games.

Why not join one of these 1hr online sessions to see what J2E can offer your school

Dates & Time

Venue: Online 

4.00pm - 5pm



Computing/ICT Subject Leader Meetings for 2021/22
Dates & Time

4pm - 4.45pm 

Autumn term - TBC

Online Meeting

4pm - 4.45pm 

Spring term - TBC

Online Meeting

If you are an ICT /Computing Lead don't forget to put these key dates in your diary.

These free online sessions will keep you updated with the latest information including online safety.  We will also build in time for any question and answers at the end. 

                                       All Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull                                                    schools welcome including Academies and                                            Federations.

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Technology Days at your School
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The ICT Development Service Adviser team would be

delighted to offer support, guidance and expertise to engage

and inspire your students with the latest technology.  We work with children across the key stages making great use of new and current technologies.  Talk to us about putting together a bespoke package for your school, we would be delighted to deliver your technology day/week. If you need advice and support on how best to use technologies to enhance learning - just get in touch, we would be only too happy to help.

Why not combine a selection of:

Animation, Drones, Robot, WeDo, Mindstorms, Stop Frame Animation, Green Screening, iMovies, Scratch, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Mix and match discounts available for multi days.


​Venue: In school training

​​Time:  Flexible

Price:  Based on number of days required.     

Mix and match discounts available

for multi days.

Maximise the Educational Potential of Your Brilliant NAO Robot
Delivered onsite at your school - date to be agreed when booking

Time: Arranged to fit in with your school day

SAS subscribers: £495

​Non SAS subscribers : £620*

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Course overview

We’ll join you for a day of onsite training that is focused on getting you up, running and confident with your NAO humanoid robot. Work with our experienced educational trainers to create fun, creative and challenging learning opportunities in your classroom.


This day is designed for anyone with responsibility for teaching and/or planning computing using NAO. It will give you a practical knowledge of programming NAO and a sound understanding of how it can be used to teach programming principles.


*Additional travel expenses may apply for bookings outside of Warwickshire.

Learning outcomes

  • Meet national curriculum requirements - Primary and Secondary

  • Enable you to teach robotics with NAO to students aged 5 to 16 and beyond! Boost your computing skills and confidence

  • Continue to get the very best out of your brilliant humanoid robot!

Learning Days - The Robots are Coming!

SAS subscribers: £525*

​Non SAS subscribers : £655*

* Additional Accommodation/Travel Expenses may apply for bookings outside Warwickshire

Robotics is a growth area in ICT and a chance to see the latest technological innovations in your classroom - motivating and inspiring students.


Our hugely successful “The Robots are Coming! Learning Day” brings real challenge and excitement to your school. Robots allow students to connect theory with practice and discover a wide range of robotics-related fields.


NAO an amazing humanoid robot leads the learning - inspiring students to build and program - bringing robotics to life.


With robot challenges and robot races the days can be developed to meet the needs of the school - catering for multiple classes across the day or a more intensive whole day event.        We will bring ALL the robots, laptops, iPads, etc.

You can choose to use one of the following products on your day:


WeDo - Sessions can be developed for Year 1 through to Year 6


WeDo is a fantastic, simple-to-use cross-curricular tool that enables pupils to learn, construct and then bring their models to life using intuitive drag-and drop software. An ideal product for teaching computing but it also brings great value in different subjects as it can be applied to language and literacy, maths, science and design technology-based subjects.


As pupils gain in confidence they can develop programs that make use of sensors, developing their use of programming. The sessions also allow pupils to develop and improve different communication, collaboration and team building skills.


Mindstorms - Sessions can be developed for Year 4 through to Year 11


We love getting messy with Mindstorms. We will get your pupils building creatively, developing flexible programming skills and becoming real-life problem solvers. The session will also help you to engage your students in computer science, science, technology, engineering and maths.


Pupils take ownership of the learning process, enabling them to actively develop the problem-solving skills and collaborative outlook necessary to become creators, not just consumers.

Learning Days - The Drones are Here!

SAS subscribers: £525

​Non SAS subscribers : £655

Coding or programming is a key area of the Computing Curriculum. Whilst there are many good coding apps available to schools, the best coding experiences include the opportunity to control physical devices. This allows pupils to see the cause and effect of their coding and to appreciate how variables in the physical world change the behaviour of the devices they are programming.

Our fantastic new ‘Day of the Drone’ Learning Day provides opportunities for your pupils to program both land and aerial mini drones. All the programming is done on iPads using the excellent Tickle and Tynker apps (similar to Scratch).


Day of the Drone days are suitable for pupils in Year 1 through to Year 9 and are tailored to meet the needs of your school. All days include small group work, focused tasks and exciting challenges.


We bring all of the drones, iPads and other resources for the day. You just need to provide a suitable large indoor space and some really excited participants!