**We continue to support schools during the coronavirus pandemic, and in response all of our workshops are being delivered online. Our volunteers are fully trained to deliver the session remotely. The health and wellbeing of teachers and volunteers continue to be our priority **

What is a Computational Thinking Workshop?

At our Computational Thinking Workshop one of our trained volunteers will introduce you to the Barefoot website and guide you through our fantastic range of lesson plans and resources.

During the interactive session, you will give some of Barefoot’s “unplugged” activities a try – proving you don’t need expensive kit to teach computing. The workshop will also introduce key computer science concepts and approaches.

Click here to request a workshop for your school for the Summer Term, or contact us at [email protected] to book yourself a place on one of our workshops in the new school year.   

How can a workshop help?

Designed to boost subject knowledge and confidence, a workshop will provide the perfect introduction to computational thinking and support you to get started with Barefoot. 

95% of Barefoot teachers say our Computational Thinking Workshop improved their confidence and ability in the classroom!

How long does it last?

A Computational Thinking Workshop typically last 60 minutes – with plenty of time to ask questions.

Your volunteer will support you to register and access resources on the Barefoot website.




When and where?

Our Summer Term workshops are being delivered by our volunteers as online webinars, and can be arranged at a suitable date and time for your school. You can request a session here.

Workshops are also being scheduled for the new school year, you can book yourself a place by contacting the team at [email protected].

Interested in attending a Barefoot Programming Workshop?

29.04.2019

Take your knowledge to the next level with this interactive CPD workshop led by experienced computing teachers. Get to grips with Scratch programming and the concepts of sequence, repetition and selection through a series of Scratch activities. This workshop is best placed for beginner to intermediate Scratch users and we recommend you completing the Computational Thinking workshop first, unless you are already familiar with Computational Thinking concepts and approaches.

If you would be interested in attending one of these fun, interactive online sessions please click the 'Yes, I'm interested!' button below and we'll be in touch with the dates available.