Gaia is delighted to announce the winners of the Primary Computing Framework competition.
Schools were asked to explain how the Framework would impact on their school, and after much deliberation we have selected the five winners as follows:
1. Oakley School, London Special and AP Hub
2. Keyham Lodge School, Ash Field Hub
3. West Monkton Primary School, Somerset Hub
4. Ellacombe Academy, Torbay Hub
5. St Swithuns Catholic Primary School, Portsmouth Hub
Each school not only wins a copy of the Gaia Primary Computing Framework and access to the associated web resources but also a two year training, consultancy and professional development package. This package underpins deployment of the Framework and in total is worth £4500.
To find out more about how the Primary Computing Framework can help your school launch a progressive and high impact approach to the computing and digital competencies curriculum visit our sister site https://www.computingframework.co.uk/ or contact us to discuss this BETT Award nominated product.