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  • Computing ITT and CPD - A collection of teacher-curated resources to deliver the new computing curriculum. Includes a Special Educational Needs and Disabilities page.
  • Computing at School (CAS) - The UK subject association for Computing, with information about training, useful resources, primary computing online community etc.
  • Barefoot Computing Project - A collection of resources to help teachers of Computing, including resources explaining the key computational thinking concepts, and some new teaching activities aimed at teachers of students with SEND.
  • Think U Know - Essential site for information and resources on eSafety for pupils, parents and teachers by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection team
  • Computing in the National Curriculum - A Guide for Primary Teachers - Produced by CAS, in association with Naace. With sections on subject knowledge, planning, resources, teaching and assessment.
  • Computational Fairy Tales - Ideal for improving your own subject knowledge in a fun way - find out about Binary Search by reading about the King who had a dragon problem, and learn about Boolean logic with Goldilocks.
  • Computer Science Unplugged - A free booklet containing ideas on teaching aspects of computer science and computational thinking without a computer. Also has some excellent videos.
  • Computing Starters - A collection of starter activities for Computing collected by Dan Bowen. These aren't SEN specific, but there may be some good ideas on there.
  • Somerset County Council ELIM SEND Computing Resources - Some excellent resources from the eLearning and Information Management Team, including Computational Thinking for SEN, and Programming Progression for Learners with Complex Needs. There is some additional information on SEND here.
  • BBC Bitesize Materials - Choose a key stage and then Computing and discover some excellent materials on the new curriculum, including videos and interactive activities. These are really useful for supplementing your own knowledge on certain topics, e.g. how the internet works.
  • Programming Tools for Kids (Pearltrees collection) - A collection of links to resources for teaching computing and coding.
  • SEN Scratch Resources - a collection of Scratch activities for teaching Computational Thinking, plus scaffolding how to program in Scratch, created by the Sheffield eLearning Team.