Primary Programming Challenge

In January Michael Gove stated he wanted to ‘give children the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of programming’Our Robot!

In response to this we have created The Primary Programming Challenge. This is open to any Bradford Primary School and is designed to introduce programming techniques through a fun and engaging competition. The first Challenge will run in the autumn term and will be repeated in the spring and summer term and is available to a maximum of 15 Primary Schools per term (we recommend year 5/6 pupils) at a cost of £250 (or £350 if transport is needed) per school  and will be delivered at The Innovation Centre Keighley (TICK) or The Innovation Centre Bradford (TICB). Click here for more details


Mr Dale

I started my career as a forensic toxicologist but later moved into teaching ICT. My experience in education spans 32 years and includes working in three different local authorities and with over 450 schools. For the past twelve years I have worked in Bradford as an e-learning and ICT Consultant. I have been an OfSTED inspector, OCR Moderator, CEOP Ambassador and 360safe Assesor and also have a level 1 Forest School qualification! My passions are electronic music, Joomla, Moodle, VLEs, game making, geocaching and curry.

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