Welcome to code-it.co.uk, computing resources produced by Phil Bagge.

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My code-it philosophy can be summed up as developing computational thinking problem solvers through programming. Computing planning on this site is designed for primary/elementary school pupils although some elements will be suitable for early KS3/Middle school pupils.

Click on the CS Planning link for a selection of computer science and information technology resources suitable for primary or elementary pupils. If you are new to computing science then you might wish to view my glossary of computing science terms. My comprehensive, school tested, ever evolving primary Scratch programming plan is very popular. Many of these resources are now in book form and you can order these here or via University of Buckingham Press website. Links found in the book can be found on the book media page. I am constantly adding new planning to the web site so why not subscribe to the site by email (panel on the right or bottom in mobile view) so you can receive updates on new resources.

I work as a Computing Inspector/Advisor in Hampshire and increasingly across the UK and wider afield. You can find out information about me from this link. As well as Inspecting and advising I also teach at two Hampshire Schools, Ringwood Junior & Otterbourne Primary. I provide a range of courses both local and national, consultancy services, inset days and conferences keynotes and seminars to help schools make the best use of computing. I believe that every child should develop resilience and problem solving skills through computing science. You may wish to view an interview where I describe what I have learn’t about teaching primary computing science.

If you want to see samples of pupils work from the schools I teach at you can view my twitter feed @baggiepr I can categorically say that the resources on this website will remain free.

I am working on a #Crumble book which will be published in 2018.

Phil Bagge
Computing Inspector/Advisor (HIAS)
CAS Computing Master Teacher