Barefoot Boost For Computing Science In Welsh Primary Schools

Barefoot Boost For Computing Science In Welsh Primary Schools

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Calls for Welsh primary schools to sign up to project aimed at inspiring next generation of digital entrepreneurs

A new national project to help boost the computing skills of Welsh primary school children has been launched today (Weds 5 Apr) by Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams.

The Barefoot Computing project in Wales aims to help primary school teachers get to grips with computing so that they can inspire and excite pupils aged from five about the world of IT.

The initiative is funded and led by BT, which has worked closely with the Welsh Government to ensure resources for the project in Wales are closely aligned to the Digital Competence Framework and are available bilingually via the Hwb digital learning platform.