Barefoot website and signing up for free. Once you’ve signed up, you can request a free 90 minute CPD workshop at your school, which will be delivered by a trained industry volunteer and will give you and your colleagues a hands-on introduction to what Barefoot has to offer.
Barefoot workshops instantly bring the resources to life in an interactive session, demonstrating just how uncomplicated bringing computing to all aspects of the curriculum can be. A trained Barefoot volunteer in your local area will visit your school for a free 90 minute session, provide an introduction to the Barefoot website and resources, discuss how the resources complement the computing curriculum and then demonstrate a range of the activities.
The exemplar Barefoot primary computing resources have been created by a panel of expert primary computing teachers. These free to use, creative resources illustrate how computing can be integrated into the primary curriculum in cross-curricular ways, enabling primary teachers to deliver the computing curriculum with confidence.
Volunteers are the backbone of Barefoot, providing teachers with face-to-face training on how to use the wealth of resources available to them. Operating in their local schools and beyond, volunteers deliver workshops introducing teachers to Barefoot resources and demystifying computational thinking and computer science concepts.
Barefoot computing have provided resources, designed to show professionals what Computational Thinking looks like in the EYFS in response to the removal of technology from the new EYFS statutory coming in September.
26th July 2021
Get all the Barefoot resources that have been released in response to COVID-19 this year. This article looks at each release including Barefoot Bytes and Barefoot Online.
16th October 2020
Read all about Barefoot’s new resources 'Barefoot Bytes'. They provide fun and easy computational thinking-based activities for teachers to use in the classrooms.
26th August 2020
Find out what happened when Barefoot and a crowd of primary school students streamed live computer code to the largest screen in Europe, the Piccadilly Lights in London.
6th July 2020