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Computing for Subject Leaders 2019

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Computing for Subject Leaders



 Learning to Lead: Effective Leadership of Primary Computing


Middle leaders should be enthusiasts for their subject, good managers and administrators - but to be truly effective, they embrace the more challenging characteristics of leadership, which are to do with vision, strategy and a drive towards improvement. This can often be a daunting role, particularly in a subject which is constantly evolving and re-shaping our lives.

This course will help you to identify the roles and responsibilities of a Computing subject leader in a primary school. Topics will cover:

  • Managing systems and processes - Action planning for Computing with links to School Development Plans
  • Leading teaching and learning – National Curriculum aims, effective planning, lesson objectives and approaches to assessment, monitoring and record keeping
  • Leading and developing staff: Leading an effective team for computing in primary schools
  • Leading change for improvement: Supporting change in schools

Course Outcome:

This course will enable you to:

  • Broaden your subject knowledge of the computing curriculum in KS1 & KS2
  • Develop as an effective middle leader of Computing
  • Review your current practice and resources; begin to implement changes that may be required
  • Develop the Computing curriculum in your school, including cross-curricular approaches to the delivery of the computing requirements
  • Network with other like-minded subject leaders for computing and share best practice


If available, delegates should bring a copy of any current computing action plans and a copy of the current school development plan.


This course is intended for:

This course is suitable for current and aspiring subject leaders of computing in primary schools.


Course duration:

This is a one day training course.


How to register:

  • Online - visit the training page on
  • Email -
  • Fax - complete the attached booking form and return on 0121 303 3552
  • Telephone - contact 0121 303 8001


Further details

If you are unable to attend this course but would like to consider an onsite consultancy please contact