Primary Culturally Adapted Resources Study Application Form

Thank you for your interest in our new research study to explore the process of developing culturally relevant computing resources for primary schools. Please complete this form if you are a primary school teacher who would like to apply to take part in the study. If there are two teachers at your school who would like to take part, please complete a separate form each. 
Study details

For this study, we are looking for primary teachers who teach computing to Year 4 or Year 5 pupils in a school in England. 

  • You may be a specialist primary computing teacher, or you may be a generalist primary class teacher who teaches all subjects to your year group

  • To take part, your pupils will need access to computers or laptops in the Spring Term, but your school will not need any additional specialist hardware or software to take part

  • You will need to attend an in-person workshop in Cambridge on Wednesday 2nd November and then commit to the project for the rest of the 2022/2023 academic year. Funding is available for participating schools to cover supply costs and teachers' travel costs

  • Your headteacher will need to support your participation in the study

We will also give preference to schools with culturally diverse catchment areas.

We have chosen two units of work for adaptation from the Teach Computing curriculum:

Participating teachers will be required to teach an adapted version of one of these units to their class in the second half of the 2023 Spring Term. We have chosen these units as they do not require specialist hardware or for students to have prior programming knowledge. 


Please use your school email address


If you have an extension number or a direct line, please tell us this.

For example: "Our school is located in an urban area. We are a predominantly mixed heritage school and families report as identifying from Asian British, Black Caribbean, Mixed White and Asian and White English. Approximately 20% of pupils have English as an additional language".