The new national curriculum introduced this week sees Information and Communication Technology (ICT) replaced with Computing, with the aim of equipping pupils with the "computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world". This is hoped to be achieved through teaching the principles of computer science, including how to write code. IBTimes UK spoke with chair of the Computing at School group Simon Peyton Jones to find out what exactly the changes involve and what challenges lie ahead.
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