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  • TNMOC

    Introduction

  • Colossus

    Introduction

  • Colossus

    Input

  • Colossus

    Programming

  • Colossus

    Programming Part 2

  • Colossus

    Output

  • Colossus

    Component Parts

  • Colossus

    Starting up Colossus

  • Colossus

    Colossus output display

  • Colossus

    Glass valve

  • Colossus

    Processor on Colossus

  • Colossus

    The Colossus power supply

  • Colossus

    Output to paper via a teleprinter

  • Colossus

    Reconstructed in 1994 by Tony Sale

  • WITCH

    Introduction

  • WITCH

    Starting the WITCH

  • WITCH

    Input 1

  • WITCH

    Input 2 and programming

  • WITCH

    Input 3 and operating system

  • WITCH

    Processing 1 Relays and ALU

  • WITCH

    Processing 2 Reliability

  • WITCH

    Storage 1 RAM and counters

  • WITCH

    Storage 2 RAM expansion

  • WITCH

    World's oldest original computer

  • WITCH

    Output

  • WITCH

    Why the computer was needed

  • WITCH

    Front of the WITCH computer

  • WITCH

    Back of the WITCH computer

  • WITCH

    The handheld calculator replaced

  • WITCH

    Computer back panel wiring

  • WITCH

    Computer output - a teleprinter

  • WITCH

    Computer power supply

  • WITCH

    Computer system wiring

  • WITCH

    Display and control panel

  • WITCH

    Input tape reader number

  • WITCH

    Relay switches

  • WITCH

    Relays and Counters

  • WITCH

    Relays and counters

  • WITCH

    Relay covers for protection

  • IBM 1130

    Introduction

  • IBM 1130

    Input 1 Punch card reader

  • IBM 1130

    Input 2 Punch card

  • IBM 1130

    Processing

  • IBM 1130

    Storage Part 1

  • IBM 1130

    Storage Part 2

  • IBM 1130

    Output

  • IBM 1130

    Data punch card

  • IBM 1130

    Control panel

  • IBM 1130

    Data input via QWERTY keyboard

  • IBM 1130

    Data punch card reader

  • IBM 1130

    Input console and central processing unit

  • IBM 1130

    Output - Printer

  • IBM 1130

    Punch card programmer

  • IBM 1130

    Storage disk

  • Elliott 803

    Introduction Part 1

  • Elliott 803

    Introduction Part 2

  • Elliott 803

    Storage

  • Elliott 803

    Storage Core Store

  • Elliott 803 Start Up

    Output

  • Elliott 803

    Input and Output

  • Elliott 803

    Transistors

  • Elliott 803

    Control buttons

  • Elliott 803

    Storage tape

  • Elliott 803

    Impact on Work

  • Elliott 803

    Magnetic core store was used to store data

  • Elliott 803

    Metal transistors replaced glass valves

  • Elliott 803

    Tape reader inputs data to the computer

  • Elliott 903

    Introduction

  • Elliott 903

    Input

  • Elliott 903

    Programming

  • Elliott 903

    Storage

  • Elliott 903

    Operating system Part 1

  • Elliott 903

    Operating system Part 2

  • Elliott 903

    Data input by QWERTY keyboard or data tape

  • Elliott 903

    Input tape reader

  • Elliott 903

    Tape input reader

  • Elliott 903

    Smaller transistors reducing the system size

  • ICL Mainframe

    Introduction

  • ICL Mainframe

    Input Terminals

  • ICL Mainframe

    Storage

  • ICL Mainframe

    Storage Single Disc

  • ICL Mainframe

    Cable and International Cloud Computing

  • ICL Mainframe

    Data input from punch card

  • ICL Mainframe

    Storage unit to hold spinning disk drives

  • ICL Mainframe

    Data storage disk

  • ICL Mainframe

    A damaged data storage disk

  • PDP8

    The birth of the personal computer

  • PDP8

    The PDP8 Personel Computer

  • BBC Doomsday system

    BBC Domesday

  • BBC Doomsday system

    Laserdisc

  • BBC Doomsday system

    Laserdisc 2

  • BBC Doomsday system

    BBC doomsday preservation

  • ACORN computers

    BBC

  • ACORN computers

    A3000

  • ACORN computers

    Arm processor

  • ACORN computers

    A3000 and birth of GUI

  • ACORN computers

    A BBC Computer with Colour CRT display

  • ACORN computers

    Acorn RISC Operating System

  • ACORN computers

    Possiible to upgrade with an external processor

  • ACORN computers

    Mobile technology old and new

  • ACORN computers

    The Acorn ARM chip

  • ACORN computers

    BBC Computer display used CRT technology

  • ACORN computers

    Built to withstand demands of a school environment

  • Home computers

    Personal computers in the home

  • Home computers

    An early IBM compatible computer

  • Home computers

    Commodore 64 home computer

  • Home computers

    Inside a BBC Computer

  • Home computers

    Sinclair ZX Spectrum and tape machine

  • Home computers

    The Acorn 3010 computer

  • Home computers

    The Amiga home computer

  • Home computers

    The Atari 400 home gaming computer

  • Home computers

    The Mini Macintosh SE computer

  • Home computers

    The Newbrain home computer

  • Laserdisc

  • Naked Computers

    History of Computing

  • Trailer

    History of Computing

  • Valves

    History of Computing

  • What is a computer

    History of Computing

  • Why we conserve

    History of Computing

  • KS2 A world of computers

    Presentation

  • KS2 A world of computers

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 A world of computers

    Activity

  • KS2 How to build a computer

    ICL Introduction

  • KS2 How to build a computer

    WITCH Input 1

  • KS2 How to build a computer

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 How to build a computer

    Worksheet

  • KS2 Code breaking

    Colossus Introduction

  • KS2 Code breaking

    Colossus Input

  • KS2 Code breaking

    Colossus Programming part 1

  • KS2 Code breaking

    Colossus Programming part 2

  • KS2 Code breaking

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Smaller and faster

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Who and how many?

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Who and how many?

    Select Committee Report

  • KS2 Who and how many?

    Government Response/p>

  • KS2 Who and how many?

    UK Statistics

  • KS2 Computers and Music

    Steve Levine Part 1

  • KS2 Computers and Music

    Steve Levine Part 2

  • KS2 Computers and Music

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Computers and Art

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Computers and Art

    Activity - Build a Stylus

  • KS2 Computers and Art

    Build a Stylus (Illustrated)

  • KS2 Computers and Shopping

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Computers and Medicine

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Control and Datalogging

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Computer automation

    WITCH Why the computer was needed

  • KS2 Computer automation

    IBM 1130 Introduction

  • KS2 Computer automation

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Computer gaming

    Personal computers in the home

  • KS2 Computer gaming

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Computer gaming

    History of Video Games 1

  • KS2 Computer gaming

    History of Video Games 2

  • KS2 Getting connected

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Brave new world

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Extra Extra - read all about it

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Roads? Where we are going we...

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Numbers and more numbers

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 How much is too much?

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 New Fruit on the Block

    Teacher Notes

  • KS2 Remember my name

    Teacher Notes

  • KS3/4 Inside a computer system

    WITCH - World's oldest original computer

  • KS3/4 Inside a computer system

    WITCH - What it did and why

  • KS3/4 Inside a computer system

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 Inside a computer system

    Lesson Plan

  • KS3/4 Inside a computer system

    Worksheet

  • KS3/4 Data flow in a computer system

    Data Flow

  • KS3/4 Data flow in a computer system

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 Data flow in a computer system

    Lesson Plan

  • KS3/4 Data flow in a computer system

    Date Flow Diagram

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    WITCH - Input

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    WITCH - Processing the input

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    ICL Mainframe 2966 - Input Terminals

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    Colossus - Input

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    Colossus - Output

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    Elliott 903 - Input

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    Elliott 803 - Input & Output

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    IBM 1130 - Punch Card

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    IBM 1130 - Punch Card Reader

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    IBM 1130 - Output

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 Inputs and outputs

    Lesson Plan

  • KS3/4 Computer System process

    WITCH - Processing Reliability

  • KS3/4 Computer System process

    IBM 1130 - Processing

  • KS3/4 Computer System process

    Acorn - Arm Processing

  • KS3/4 Computer System process

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 Computer System process

    Lesson Plan

  • KS3/4 Computer System process

    Homework

  • KS3/4 Storage

    WITCH - Storage RAM and counters

  • KS3/4 Storage

    WITCH - Storage RAM expansion

  • KS3/4 Storage

    ICL Mainframe 2966 - Storage

  • KS3/4 Storage

    ICL Mainframe 2966 - Storage Single Disc

  • KS3/4 Storage

    Elliott 903 - Storage

  • KS3/4 Storage

    Elliott 803 - Storage

  • KS3/4 Storage

    IBM 1130 - Storage 1

  • KS3/4 Storage

    IBM 1130 - Storage 2

  • KS3/4 Memory & Storage

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 Memory Game

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 Storage

    Lesson Plan

  • KS3/4 How we interact

    A3000 and the birth of the GUI

  • KS3/4 How we interact

    Elliott 903 Operating System Part 1

  • KS3/4 How we interact

    Elliott 903 Operating System Part 2

  • KS3/4 How we interact

    Presentation

  • KS3/4 How we interact

    Lesson Plan

  • KS3/4 How we interact

    Activity Sheet

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    How can a computer represent numbers?

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    How to count in binary - explanation

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    How to count in binary - demonstration

  • KS5 How a computer represents numbers?

    Presentation

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    Worksheet

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    Answer Sheet

  • KS5 How can computers add?

    1's and 0's

  • KS5 Rules of Logic

    How computers add

  • KS5 Rules of Logic

    Simplifying logic into algebra

  • KS5 Rules of Logic

    Logic Gates

  • KS5 Logic Gates

    Presentation

  • KS5 Rules of Logic

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 Rules of Logic

    Worksheet

  • KS5 Rules of Logic

    Answer Sheet

  • KS5 Types of logic gates

    Half adders

  • KS5 Types of logic gates

    Full adders

  • KS5 4 bit binary addition using logic gates

    Presentation

  • KS5 Types of logic gates

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 Types of logic gates

    Worksheet

  • KS5 Inside the Computer

    Components of a computer

  • KS5 Inside the Computer

    What is the Stored program concept?

  • KS5 Inside the Computer

    What is RAM?

  • KS5 Inside the Computer

    How does a CPU work?

  • KS5 The Fetch Decode Execute Cycle

    Presentation

  • KS5 Inside the Computer

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 The Human CPU

    The Human CPU

  • KS5 The Human CPU

    Presentation

  • KS5 Human CPU with assembly code

    Presentation

  • KS5 Human CPU simplified

    Presentation

  • KS5 Help to print

    Presentation

  • KS5 The Human CPU

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 The Human CPU

    Labels to print

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    Part 1 - ASCII Code

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    Part 2 - Hexadecimal

  • KS5 ASCII and Hex

    Presentation

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    Worksheet

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    Answer Sheet

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    ASCII Challenge

  • KS5 How do computers represent text?

    ASCII Challenge Answers

  • KS5 Internet and email

    How the internet works

  • KS5 Internet and email

    The Packet Switching Game

  • KS5 Internet and email

    The email game summary

  • KS5 IP email game

    Presentation

  • KS5 Internet and email

    Lesson Plan

  • KS5 Internet and email

    EmailPackets

  • KS5 Internet and email

    EmailPackets (From Video)

  • KS5 Internet and email

    IP Labels

  • KS2

    curriculum mapping document

  • KS3 & 4

    curriculum mapping document

  • KS5

    curriculum mapping document