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New magazine 'Hello World' (issue 2)
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In collaboration with the Raspberry Pi Foundation we are launching a replacement to “Switched On”. The new magazine is called Hello World! and the first issue launched at BETT 2017.

Senior leaders' toolkit
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This toolkit is designed to support school leadership teams in developing computing in their schools in ways that are consistent the school’s desire to provide a broad and balanced curriculum...

Quickstart Computing
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QuickStart Computing has been developed to support primary and secondary schools with the computing programme of study introduced in September 2014. Quickstart Computing provides all teachers...

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CAS TV
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CAS TV: Jane Waite

Published by Abi Edwards on 2017-06-22

This week we are beginning to look at some new content by teachers, for teachers. In these short and practical videos, we will be passing on their tips for teaching and learning computing at all levels...

Opinion
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JavaScript – Transitioning from the desktop to the web

Published by Garfield Gordon on 2017-06-01

As with most languages there are no direct costs for learning JavaScript and the initial learning curve is shallow. There are vast amounts of resources available and it is used extensively by many of t...

Resource of the week
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Python Beginners Student Workbook

Published by Qing Wang on 2017-06-08

A student workbook and log book that gives students a series of challenges that develop their programming skills in Python 3.

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BCS Press Release- 15th June 2017

Published by Amanda Matheson on 2017-06-19

BCS deeply concerned over stagnation of number of Computer Science GCSE applicants

Opinion
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Evaluating the impact of the NoE in secondary schools

Published by Niel McLean on 2017-05-31

The Network of Excellence (NoE) was established in 2012 to enable teachers in England to become confident, effective and enthusiastic teachers of computing. Five years on it is important to ask, and a...

Partner highlight
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Founders 4 Schools

Published by Qing Wang on 2017-06-08

CAS is proud to support the work of Founders 4 Schools through recommending their activity to our members.

From Regional Centres
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Annual CAS SE Secondary Computing Conference 2017 - BOOK NOW

From South East

Published by Kira Terry on 2017-06-14

"This year's programme is better than anything else I have seen at a secondary event. This conference will prove invaluable in helping me improve outcomes for my students!" Tig Williams

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Consultant opportunity

From East of England

Published by Sonia Menezes on 2017-06-07

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CAS East Regional Conference

From East of England

Published by Sonia Menezes on 2017-05-16

Free entry! A day of CPD workshops to support the teaching of Computing in primary and secondary schools.

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