Cambridge GCSE Computing Online

Just a quick post – we had a full on day today. I dropped 10 year old Inky to home ed swim group that takes place every other Monday. One of the home-ed mums stays there as a point of contact and we can stay and chat or go off for a couple of hours. As the weather was nice I took our 21 month old to 2 different playgrounds. Then we collected Inky, went food shopping and had lunch. Bri didnt want his nap for the second day in a row so we finished watching the second part of a documentary we have been watching – India, Natures Wonderland. I would share a link here but both parts are only available on BBC iplayer for a couple more days. But there are plenty of other documentary’s on there. We do little mini projects on the documentaries we watch. Its pretty fun and I like learning new things too 🙂 Then it was time to cook dinner and tidy up followed by bed time…. Anyway, I found this today and thought I’d share it with you.

Welcome to Cambridge GCSE Computing Online – This MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has been created by the Cambridge-based partnership of exam board OCR, Cambridge University Press (CUP) and the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The course is based on OCR’s GCSE Computing curriculum and gives participants an excellent opportunity to investigate how computers work, how they are used, and to develop computer programming and problem-solving skills. The course has been designed for 14-16 year olds; but is free and open to all, and can be used either as a course or a resource to support teachers. The course is running now; it has no start or end date.

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