Kesbath is the nickname of King Edward's School, in Bath, England. Founded in 1552, it is one of the oldest schools in England. It has close to 1000 students from ages 3 to 18.
Computer Science is an important part of the curriculum. All students start by learning Scratch when they are 12/13. Many of them choose to continue, where they learn HTML coding, AppStudio and Visual BASIC.
This course is taught to students once they have the basics. Kesbath sees playing games and deploying to websites / tablets / mobile phones through one 'Basic' language which overlaps with knowledge of VB.net as why AppStudio is key. Games, even primitive ones, seem to make pupils more enthusiastic.
Here are the sections of the course:
Making Computer Games
- Press Me!
- Mini Maths Calc
- Higher Lower
- (Two to) Five Cards
- Snakes and Ladders
- Moving Target
- (under development)
- Sweet Shop
Thanks to Kesbath for sharing these resources - feel free to use it for your own courses!
Parts 1-7 are part of the Wiki, while 8 and 10 are PDF files. You are welcome to output the Wiki as PDF and print them, along with 8 and 10 (which are already in PDF format).
Feel free to update the Wiki as needed.
The original files (in doc format) and projects can be downloaded from https://www.nsbasic.com/app/kesbath/KesBath.zip (22 megs).