Do you have school iPads and are looking for help, getting started with coding in your class? This is the course for you!

This day long, hands-on course will be held at the National Gallery in London. It has been created by educators to ensure Primary teachers can;

Develop confidence and ideas for using iPads effectively to teach coding, and understand the recommendations of the National Curriculum.

Develop an awareness of how a few free apps can support teachers and students needs.

Discover the latest features of these cool apps and how to program Drones and Robots.

Find and use resources to sustain the teaching and exploring of coding in class.

Discover more and Empower all with your iPad.

The course is for those new to the concepts and language used in the world of coding and programming.

The iPad and relevant apps are developing quickly and becoming more useful to teachers and students. I will help you navigate this new world of apps and workflows. We will use the new coding app from Apple Swift Playgrounds, along with Tynker, Tickle and Hopscotch.

The cost of the day long course is £160.00 pp or £250.00 + vat for two teachers from the same school. The app list will be forwarded on receipt of your booking form. iPads can be provided as well as lunch. We invoice after you have attended the course.

The course will be led by Oscar Stringer an Apple Education Trainer, who has been  working with Apple technologies in schools for over twenty years.

The training will take place at the National Gallery, London on 4th July 2017 10am – 4pm The course is for all teachers and support staff in KS1 and KS2,

We will forward pre course instructions on receipt of your booking, places are limited to 16 places.


If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Oscar Stringer on 07974 764849 or email

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