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Response to computing curriculum shows the profession at its best

With the welcome but rushed introduction of the new computing curriculum has come a wealth of challenges for schools. How are teachers responding?

Say what you will about Michael Gove; one thing he got right was the replacement of ICT in schools with a cutting-edge curriculum for computing. The DfE promised to make it ‘the envy of the world’, and they did. No other curriculum incorporates such a substantial strand of computer science and programming that begins so young, and global interest is well and truly piqued.

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