STEM and Computing

Peter provides advice and hands on experiences of how to develop STEM and Computing excellence and capacity

Continuing Professional Development
Continuing Professional Development
Outstanding creative and innovative Computing CPD for training graudate, primary and secondary teachers
Education, charity and industry collaborations
Education, charity and industry collaborations
Building excellence hubs to bring about collaboration between organisations to build capacity and provide unique opportunities for young people
Gender and diversity strategies
Gender and diversity strategies
Tried and tested approaches to significantly increase participation of girls and develop creative and contextual learning
Coaching, mentoring and performance
Coaching, mentoring and performance
Raising performance through distributed leadership, coaching and mentoring

Recent work

Some of Peter's recent collaborations and publications:

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After the reboot

PUBLICATIONS
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My Tech Future

TEACHING RESOURCES
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Compute-IT

PUBLICATIONS
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Leadership Computing guidance

PUBLICATIONS
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Smarter Planet

TEACHING RESOURCES
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TeenTech City of Tomorrow

TEACHING RESOURCES
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Quickstart Computing

PUBLICATIONS
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Girls into Computing

PUBLICATIONS

Some of Peter's CPD feedback:

“Best course I have ever been on.  Have been teaching for 15 years.  Very relevant, excellent delivery and outstanding ideas.”

"Fabulous! Inspiring! Really Useful!  Thank you!"

Providing girls with unique opportunities and experiences in STEM and Computer Science

Explore the Peter's vast and varied partnerships with organisations that inspire girls

Providing opportunities for girls in STEM and Computer Science

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Roles

Leighton Park School
Head of Computer Science & ICT
Advanced Skills Teacher
The Royal Society
DSP Computing in Schools Working Group
Computing Education Project Advisory Group
British Computing Society
Community Outreach Manager
Scholarships Assessor
iSTEM+
Thames Valley Hub Coordinator
Barefoot Computing
Training Partner
Computing At School
Master Teacher
West Berkshire Community Leader
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
Computing Advisor
DSP Computing in Schools Working Group
Chartered College of Teaching
Founding Fellow
Science & Technology Facilities Council
Public Engagement Advisor
STEM Learning
Computer Science Champion
National Centre for Computing Education
Community Outreach Manager
Computer Science Champion
CPD Facilitator
Harris Federation
Visiting Initial Teacher Education Tutor

Presentations and CPD

5th March 2019
STEM2019

Using STEM to build self confidence and self efficacy in girls

Dods Group

Autumn Term 2018
Helping Students Achieve at GCSE Computer Science

With the release of the new GCSE specifications for Computer Science comes a new approach to assessment and a raising of the bar for subject knowledge. How can teachers best prepare students for this new CS agenda? This one-day course will investigate how to nurture confident and competent learners from KS3 and throughout KS4 in readiness for the new GCSE.

Network for Learning
Bath Spa University, Bath, Wiltshire

10th May 2019
Innovative and Creative Computing at Key Stage 3

Peter will share the success of a multi-award winning iSTEM+ project and show a framework and case studies that can enable schools to build a creative STEM capacity. He will share approaches that build self-efficacy in girls and increase the number of girls selecting STEM subjects, and how empowering young STEM ambassadors can provide role models and support fruitful relationships with the local community. Through these approaches, adding the ‘plus’ to STEM, schools can prepare students for the fourth industrial revolution, university, the workplace and beyond.

ICT for Education
Madjeski Stadium, Reading, Berkshire

Autumn Term 2018 
Innovative and Creative Computing at Key Stage 3

Lay the foundations of success at Key Stage 3 as you develop pedagogical practice using transitional programming techniques. These approaches are based on the latest academic research and will ensure that you can provide a scaffold to students of all abilities.

Network for Learning
Bath Spa University, Bath, Wiltshire

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