I'm sure this must be replicated in many rural areas. Not even two teachers full time, classes containing three year groups, yet we need to deliver the National Curriculum (and the teachers are not computing/coding/IT experts either). Many of the parts of the National Curriculum can be wrapped up into other subjects, and indeed are. It's the coding and programming bits in KS2 which give trouble and more or less have to be taught stand-alone. Any suggestions as to software and/or SoW which might provide help for the teachers? Scratch Junior in use at KS1, so would the use of Scratch 2 (or even Scratch 3!) be a way forward?