Primary Specific (ages 5-11 approx.)
The below online resources are aimed at Primary school children, aged between approximately 5-11.
Some of these resources are separated by Key Stage to help you find the right level for your children. However, please feel free to explore all the different activities available.
|Barefoot - Home Learning||A range of unplugged activities and digital games aimed at primary aged students brought to you by Computing at School and BT|
|Dr Chip’s Daily Dose||Science, engineering and computing activities to try at home|
|Teach London Computing||A selection of fun activities designed to help you learn about computing|
Quick projects to suit all ages, searchable by computing topic, level, coding language and micro:bit feature
Activities to explore the fundamentals of computer science without having to use a computer, including magic tricks and secret codes.
Key Stage 1 specific (ages 5-7 approx.)
|BBC Bitesize - KS1 Computing||Age specific learning materials from the BBC|
Key Stage 2 specific (ages 7-11 approx.)
|BBC Bitesize - KS2 Computing||Age specific learning materials from the BBC|
|Raspberry Pi - Digital Making at Home||Create and code projects at home with a new project each week|
|Code Club||Stet by step instructions to create coding projects|
|MakeCode - Online Learning||Projects for micro:bit|
|Blockly Games||Series of games to prepare students for programming with a text based language|
|Scratch - Parents’ Guide||Guidance for parents on helping children develop programs using blocks of code|
|micro:bit home learning||Playful projects to build your digital skills together, perfect for ages 8 and up|
|An Introduction to PwC||A number of exciting and current activities, resources and opportunities for primary teachers and students.|