As this inquiry was one of the first that we planned with teachers in school, it is one we have been attempting to resource for the longest. An important part of the INVESTIGATE stage when designing an inquiry is being able to provide pupils with material in different formats from a variety of media which is age-appropriate. This is actually a much harder task than it first appears, especially for a subject like Computer Science where the majority of print resources published have either a slightly younger audience in mind – who need little more than the basics of what things are – or are aimed at a more advanced, much more detailed readership. Online material also tends to be targeted at this audience. In order to try to address this gap in resources, we have been trying, with varying degrees of success, to identify relevant pages from a whole range of Computing books to direct pupils to. Scanning pages would have the advantage of allowing a number of pupils to access the same material at a time but copyright implications have to be factored in and this is what we are currently investigating. It would also be very dependent on scan quality. If anyone has any advice to offer on resourcing topics such as this for this age group, I would be very grateful for it.