Free resources to keep your students safe online

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We're doing this because we're fed up with silly princesses and knights who don't know the first thing about fake news, hacking, or protecting their undercover identity online.

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Learn to code with stories

KS1 + KS2 Computing

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Fantastic. It’s essential to see strong female role models in STEM and Detective Dot is just that. My class love her!
Sylvia Kitoko, Teacher

Dot's a great role model: not only can she code, but she cares that her coding makes the world that bit better.
Miles Berry, University of Roehampton

Free Teaching Resources

These resources can be used as part of your computing lessons, or as part of science, maths, and geography lessons. For students ages 7-11 (and beyond!)

Chapter by chapter synopsis with curriculum links and tech vocabulary.


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The children were very engaged, motivated to learn and they thought about technology in new, and interesting, ways.
Paul Antcliffe, Teacher