I am a behaviour specialist working in Alternative Provision teaching young people excluded from mainstream education.

My background from many years ago is in teaching Drama and Dance but more recently I have specialised in teaching PSHE and Cooking, so it is only natural that I should have been asked to teach Computing to our students.

I have chosen to use the Raspberry Pi to help me do this and after attending Picademy (a wonderful free training course for teachers run by the Raspberry Pi Foundation) I have summoned up the courage to begin using the little computers in class.

On these pages I will share my experiences, insights, opinions and resources.

I am not a computing specialist but a keen teacher finding their way and willing to try anything to engage disaffected SEN students in Computer Science.


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