PRIMARY SCHOOL ACTIVITY SHEETS
The Tech Week Activity Sheets have everything you need to get you and your students involved in Tech Week!
This includes ideas for fun classroom activities covering a wide range of ages and ability levels. Don’t forget to register your activities as Tech Week Events to let others in your school and community know that your students are participating.
Browse through Barefoot’s range of technology activities and resources
Stop, think…do I consent?
In this activity, pupils learn about the terms and conditions of a variety of social media organisations, and reflect on the personal information which people consent to ‘giving away’ when they sign up to such websites.
Logical Number Sequences
This unit of six lessons introduces pupils to the history of computing and, in particular, how computers were used as code-cracking devices in World War II.
Scratch is a fun and interesting way to introduce software development to students. With Scratch, students can create stories, games and animations to be shared worldwide.
Where to start?
Get your free resources for primary aged students that consist of a digital pack containing 10 step-by-step, 45 minute lesson plans.
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Bebras: Mini-Challenge for Primary Level
Everyone can do it – as the tasks can be answered without prior knowledge about computational thinking or information and communication technology. Try it and get your students excited about computing!
More from Bebras Mini Challenge…
As an introduction, Bebras provides the Bebras Mini-Challenge that allows students to solve a sample of informatics-based task and compete against time. It is open to all ages of learners and we definitely encourage you to join!
Last year, over 2,800,000 students from 36 countries participated in the Bebras Computer Challenge. From those number, over 6,800 students were from Ireland.
The Bebras Final 2019 will be held during Tech Week, specifically on the 28th of March 2020 at Maynooth University. Check out Bebras Ireland to find out more!