Getting started with coding using iPads – 4th July 2017 – National Gallery

For All Teachers and Support Staff in KS 1 and 2 wanting to develop a structured approach to teach coding in Primary.


This day long, hands-on course will be held at the National Gallery in London.

The course has been created by Oscar Stringer, ADE and AET Trainer, who has spent the last four months working at the iOS Academy in Naples, Italy.


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iPad Training for MFL Teachers – 30th June 2017- National Gallery

For MFL Teachers, in all Key Stages


This day long, hands-on course will be held at the National Gallery.

It has been created by educators to ensure you develop confidence and ideas for using iPads effectively to enhance MFL, in your classroom.


I found the course very helpful from my starting-point of not using my iPad much for teaching. The course was very hands-on and enjoyable. From my first day back at work afterwards I have been putting what I learnt into practise and will be feeding back to my department in due course.



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Advanced iPad training

iTunes U Course Manager Training.

For all Teachers wanting to take their iPad deployment further and start creating personalised learning content for student iPads.

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  • “Oscar delivered the training really well and I felt it was at the right speed for me to understand and make progress at a good rate. He has a great friendly manner and I would definitely
    recommend his training sessions to colleagues that were interested in learning more about using the ipads effectively in school. He is obviously very knowledgeable but explains things with humour and in a way that is easily accessible to learners!”

    Ben John
    Primary teacher, Minty School
  • “Brilliant training session with fantastic inspiring ideas to engage the children in the classroom and streamline the work load for teachers. Thank you!”

  • “Thanks, often training not suitable for youngest children but this was.”