Our Science and Coding Mini-Scheme

Here’s an overview of the units in our new mini-scheme:

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Our Science and Coding mini-scheme includes:

  • Science-based programming units for Years 1 – 6.

  • Detailed individual lesson plans with: learning objectives; comprehensive lesson plans and interactive whiteboard presentations; differentiated activities with all supporting resources; assessment criteria (emerging, expected, exceeding).

  • Terminology busting teacher notes.

  • Curriculum mapping against national curriculum objectives (Computing & Science)

  • Uses free software (Scratch) so there are no additional costs to schools.

Download a sample for KS1: Year 2 Habitat Scene Lesson 1

Download a sample for KS2: Year 4 Digestive Quiz Lesson 1

To purchase our mini-scheme 

The mini-scheme costs just £65. To purchase by credit card or Paypal please click the button below. All resources are immediately dispatched via email.

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If you would prefer to purchase via invoice, simply email Jon at primarycomputinguk@gmail.com stating which scheme you would like to purchase and your school address. All resources are immediately dispatched via email. Company details for raising an order: Primary Computing Limited. Flat 9, 156 Bury Old Road, Manchester, M7 4QY. Not VAT registered.

Here’s a little info about the two authors…


Jon Chippindall Twitter: @drchips_ Web: www.jonchip.com

Jon is Computing Coordinator and specialist Computing Teacher at Crumpsall Lane Primary School in North Manchester. He runs this blog and wrote the Primary Computing Programming and Networks Scheme. He is a CAS Master Teacher and has recently completed a 12-month secondment as Learning Resource Developer to the DfE funded Barefoot Computing Project (www.barefootcas.org.uk). He can be found talking all things Computing on twitter as @drchips_


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Jane Waite Twitter: @janewaite

Jane is a computing co-ordinator and KS1 teacher at West Hove Infants in Brighton. She has created and delivered Computing CPD for local authority training, worked on the DfE Primary Computing Initial Teacher Training Expert group, and with Jon on the Barefoot Computing Project – creating materials to help demystify computer science. She has taught for nearly 10 years, but before that worked in IT for 20 years and has a computing degree, so has both technical and teaching experience. She wants to keep it simple, straightforward and fun.

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