• Helping Cumbrian Primary school children to Dream BIG.


Resources: Computing

To help schools, youth groups, police services, libraries and others run fun and engaging activities for Safer Internet Day a number of education resources have been created.

Looking for out-of-this-world STEM resources? Use the context of space to inspire and engage young people. The European Space Education … Continue reading ESERO – UK Space STEM (Resource)

Sustainable travel and carbon reduction challenges?  Then look no further. This set of mini challenge for KS2/3 are a fun way … Continue reading Our Lakes, Our Future (Lake District STEM Activity) (Resource)

A perfect STEM Activity for Primary schools is ‘STEM Story Time’ Just make a request for a STEM Ambassador to … Continue reading STEM Story Time – KS1 & KS2 (Resource)

KS2 & KS3 – Coding Success FREE LEGO & CPD Experience the exciting world of Coding Success, a program for … Continue reading KS2 & KS3 – Coding Success (Resource)

Narrated by comedian and actor Doc Brown, this series of short films explores some of the key topics and terminology for pupils studying primary computing.

Minecraft coding and Robox came development. Online summer camps.

Energus is a hub of forward thinking business support, developing and enhancing skillsets for Cumbria and beyond.

Teaching resources to develop an understanding of the computing curriculum, helping children to become creative, confident and safe.

Online training and lesson plans for online safety for both teachers and pupils.

Developed by teachers and backed by research, Barefoot helps boosts primary teachers’ subject knowledge, saves them time and brings computing to life in the classroom.

Range of resources and videos for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.

Apps for Good provide free courses for teachers to use in their classroom.

With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.

Rolls-Royce have created a range of free resources ranging from colouring in sheets to online games, worksheets, and engaging videos.

Lakes College want to involve their level 2 and 3 students in industry projects involving designing activities/workshops for topic support in their local primary schools.

The successful Get Wired…Get Coding workshop created by the Women in Operational Technology Group at Sellafield to introduce pupils to circuits, programming and computer safety.