What is a Computer? Resources for half a day Yr 7, learning around what a computer is - and physical simulation of how it works.
Free Classroom Displays An amazing set of classroom posters, guides, badges for students and educators
Binary Picture Colouring: Complete a basic set of calculations and these correspond to a binary key and a colour. The cell is then coloured in with the relevant colour. (Click Below)
KS3 Computing Sorting Algorithm lesson
Animations of various sorting algorithms and the related code.
The Enigma Cake: Think you know about this device? Think again, and it's edible!
Computer Drive: Remember Beetle Drive? This takes the same idea but requires the player to role numbers to build a computer from the various parts.
Computer Drive - Easy
Computer Drive - Hard
Use paper and other materials to teach computing theory and concepts
A2 and AS REVISION GUIDES, adapted for CCEA exam board, all topics all concepts, all exam standard answers.
Computing and Coding from Khan
Lesson Starters / Plenaries:
Ideas for Starters and Plenary for Computing / ICT lessons
IF ELSE Starter: Cut out each card, students are given a card each, they have to match with other students to create a correct If statement.
Look, See, Cover, Check: PPT version of the classic, students read content, then cover up square, student has to recall exact content.
Beginners introduction to Binary and Hex Conversion with a simple single digit display. Students convert Binary into Hex.
Amazing crowd sourced Computing Curriculum overview (KS1 - 4)
KS3 COMPUTING RESOURCES
KS3 Computing Levels
New Mark sheets for KS3 Computing, adapted from BCS gudielines on Computer Science
Yr 7 KS3 Levels
Yr 8 KS3 Levels
Yr 9 KS3 Levels
This GCSE Computing app contains hundreds upon hundreds of high quality questions broken down in to topics and sub-topics and mapped to the OCR GCSE Computing specification. That said, this app would compliment any GCSE Computing course
Denary, Binary, Hexadecimal conversion Advent Calendar
Excellent online based teaching resources and activities for Computer Science units, works on Mobile devices
Flappy Bit, like flappy bird but with hexadecimal, brillant
Binary Bingo: Like Bingo but with Binary!