Inspiring the next generation with Computing at School.
Barefoot is supporting teachers across the UK to inspire the next generation and give learners the digital skills they need to thrive.
Barefoot empowers primary school teachers across the UK to deliver an inspirational computing curriculum with free:
- cross-curricular lessons and classroom resources;
- workshops run by expert volunteers covering topics such as computational thinking, programming and more to come;
- online and offline home learning content to support learning beyond the classroom.
Developed by teachers and backed by research, Barefoot helps boost teachers’ subject knowledge, save them time and bring computing to life.
To date Barefoot has reached over 3 million pupils and over 85,000 teachers in the majority of primary schools across the UK.
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Barefoot was set up in 2014 to prepare primary school teachers for the changing computing curriculum by BCS, The Chartered Institute of IT and their Computing at School network, with funding from The Department for Education.
Between 2015 and 2021, BT and Computing at School partnered to continue the programme, reaching 3 million pupils and over 85,000 teachers in the majority of primary schools across the UK.
Computing at School continue to develop ambitious plans to meet the needs of primary school teachers and their pupils, including addressing some of the big challenges for society’s relationship with IT and exploring how computing education is part of the solution.