CAS Primary SRT

The CAS Primary Self-Review Tool

This self-review tool will give you guidance as to the position of your school in relation to the teaching of Computing. It is intended to be used as a guide to inform further development to (a) support teaching staff in their transition from ICT to Computing, and (b) enable Computing to be embedded in the school as part of a broad and balanced curriculum.

Below you will find a link to a mini self review tool which is open to anyone using the CAS community website. If you then decide you want access to the full version of CAS’s Primary Self-Review Tool, you will need to register for membership of the CAS community website if you don’t already have it. You can do this by clicking on this link. If you are already a member of the CAS Community, you will just need to login using your normal credentials.

What is the quality of Computing in your school?

Answer the following questions to get an instant overview of the strengths and areas for development within your Computing provision. In just a few minutes you can get some immediate feedback on the current status and effectiveness of Computing in your school, which might inspire you to go further. 

To get a sense of what the CAS Self-Review Tool is all about, and how it can help you, simply give your responses to the following six statements by clicking the appropriate box and selecting either “Not met”, “Partially met” or “Fully met”. 

These six statements represent the kinds of things which you will need to consider when engaging with the full Self-Review Tool. 

After completing this mini-review, the system will analyse your answers and generate a brief report. This will indicate where the strengths and weaknesses are in your school's Computing provision. 

Click here to complete the mini-review for Primary Schools

The full Self-Review Tool contains much more than just a series of statements. There are links to specific resources that will help you to address areas which you identify as being in need of development, as well as examples of the types of evidence you could provide

Full CAS Primary SRT - coming soon!