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Published by Simon Humphreys on 2017-02-01
The purpose of QuickStart is to provide teachers with the resources necessary to successfully run a Computing CPD course for their colleagues. This new volume has been published following demand from...
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2017-01-25
In collaboration with the Raspberry Pi Foundation CAS are launching a new magazine to replace “Switched On”. Welcome "Hello World"!
Published by Niel McLean on 2017-01-25
Schools have made significant strides in developing computing as a subject. The number of students taking GCSE Computer Science has grown to just over 62,000, and primary teachers are reporting signifi...
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