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New magazine 'Hello World' (issue 4)
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Join our panel of experts in issue 4 as they discuss successful approaches to professional development. Elsewhere this issue we take a close look at the new Royal Society report 'After the Reboot', and more...

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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Tenderfoot- Concepts and Continuity

Published by Jason Budge on 2018-03-22

This video gives a short intro to a practical session, packed with far more than could possibly be covered in the short time available.

Resource of the week

Programming in an engaging and inclusive curriculum

Published by Pete Dring on 2018-03-15

Girls are significantly under-represented in Computer Science post KS3 but boys are under-performing in comparison. All students are different. There are always exceptions to stereotypes. Building on ...

CAS Hubs

Nearest CAS Hub Group too far away?

Published by Claire Davenport on 2018-03-12

Is your nearest CAS Hub group too far away? Or is your nearest CAS Hub group a Secondary group and you're a Primary teacher?


Why are the girls in your school not taking GCSE Computer Science or A Level Computing?

Published by CAS #include on 2018-03-19

We all know there is an issue with gender and the take up of girls for GCSE Computer Science. The Royal Society report was clear that more research should be done in this area.

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

Promoting and supporting excellence in computer science education

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