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Published by Miles Berry on 2018-02-14
"I teach Computing but I am not a Computer Science teacher by trade, so I find this magazine a really useful tool. Good-quality articles, teaching ideas, and support. Thank you".
Published by Adrian Oldman on 2018-02-22
Young people want more from social media giants over online safety - survey by BCS reveals
Published by GowriR on 2018-02-17
It's great to see CAS members from overseas contributing resources for us to use. This one is a complete walk through tutorial on using PyGame from one of our members in India. Thank you.
Published by Cyber Security Challenge UK on 2018-02-21
The first in a series of national Cyber Roadshows kicks off this month in the south west of England, seeing hundreds of youngsters learn basic cyber security skills and knowledge and setting them on th...
Published by Miles Ellison on 2018-02-15
This months CAS Newsletter welcomes Julia to the team and takes a look at the new Hello World! magazine. Don't forget you can also follow the link to complete the CAS members survey!
Published by Natalie Moore on 2018-01-25
Apps for Good is an education technology charity, with a mission to unlock the confidence and talent of young people to help them thrive in a tech-driven future.
Published by Yvonne Walker on 2017-11-08
The DfE has identified a number of ‘opportunity areas’, areas where there is an opportunity to create more computing support for teachers in deprived areas. This project aims to create a programme of s...
Published by Rhys Froggatt on 2018-02-02
If you're a Computer Science teacher, you're an IT professional and CITP status can give you the recognition you deserve; especially if you already have experience of leadership, or of influencing the ...
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