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CAS is a community of individuals who are passionate about giving our children a great education in computing. It is a community of professional practice, which we join as colleagues in a shared endeavour. It is not a service to which we subscribe.

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What's going on in CAS


Quick Start Volume 3

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...


"Hello World"

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"!


Excellent computing in every school – school leaders making a difference

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...


CAS East's Master Teacher regional meeting.

From East of England

Published by Sonia Menezes on 2017-02-08

We are inviting Master Teachers from the Eastern region to join us on Wednesday 22 March, at University of Hertfordshire.


CAS South West Outreach Support

From South West

Published by Beverly Clarke on 2017-01-24

Beverly Clarke, CAS SouthWest Outreach Support, CAS Master Teacher. Former CAS Sunbury Hub leader and now co-leader of the CAS Plymouth Hub.


The Little Book of Programming Challenges

From East of England

Published by Sonia Meneses on 2016-11-09

Challenge and inspire your students whilst supporting them to become 'computational thinkers'.

There is no "them" - only us

CAS is a grass roots organisation, whose energy, creativity, and leadership comes from its members. Simon Humphreys, CAS Coordinator

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