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Oxford International Primary Computing

Oxford International Primary Computing takes a real-life, project based approach to teaching young learners the vital computing skills they need for the changing digital world. Each unit builds a series of skills towards the creation of final project, with topics ranging from programming simple computer games to creating an online yearbook.

Features:

  • A project-based approach to primary computing using real life examples
  • Focusses on key computing skills, such as working with text and data, image editing, logic and programming
  • Assists students (and teachers!) with important everyday computing skills, such as how to use the internet safely, be responsible on social media, and assess which sources are trustworthy and credible
  • Projects include Champions League quiz challenge, Robots, Making a travel brochure and Our Online Yearbook
  • Teacher’s Guides provide support for specialist and non-specialist teachers of computing
  • All project materials are available for download as editable files for teachers to adapt to their own needs

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