Thursday 23 November, 2017
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3D printing (a process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many successive thin layers of a material) may have been around for a few years now, but...

The BBC Micro:bit should have been rolled-out to over one million year-seven pupils across the country by now. In fact, it was supposed to have been rolled out in October. Due to an issue...

A few weeks ago we looked at code.org and saw how leading, high-profile, computer programming individuals can inspire younger generations to take on the coding challenge inside and outside of the classroom and become pioneers...

Over the last few weeks we’ve been looking at the resources available for primary schools which can help implement the new computer science curriculum and assist in teaching programming to students of key stage...
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In last week’s instalment we looked at CAS Barefoot Computing and their role in helping teachers to deliver lessons on coding through activities and resources such as Scratch and Crazy Character Algorithms. This week, Amy delves a...
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Today sees the launch of Animation16, the 9th annual UK schools computer animation competition run by the School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester. Open to all UK schoolchildren aged seven to 19...
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Friday 20 March marks the entry deadline for this year's Animation 15 competition.

Open to all UK schoolchildren aged seven to 19 years and free to enter, this year’s competition follows the success of Animation14 which saw over 1,330 entries from 183 schools across the UK. In total, 41 prizes were awarded to students who submitted entries both as individuals and in groups. To see some of last year’s winning entries, click here.

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Animation15 Logo

Today sees the launch of Animation15, the 8th annual UK schools computer animation competition run by the School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester.