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Primary computing curriculum: skills audit for staff

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Last updated on 25 January 2017
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Are there examples of skills audit for the computing curriculum? This article highlights a staff skills audit for the primary computing curriculum. It refers to 'I Can' statements based on the computing curriculum and looks at proposed subject knowledge requirements for computer science teachers.

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  1. 1 Computing skills audit for staff
  2. 2 Primary computing curriculum: 'Can I?' statements
  3. 3 Subject knowledge requirements for computer science teacher training

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