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Published by Abi Edwards on 2018-04-12
This video is a quick paced flyover of the session and its activities; as well as how it can enable teachers to further progress their pupils learning of Computer Science in Key Stage 3.
Published by Julia Adamson on 2018-04-25
Our report reveals that tech careers get you to a better-paid job more quickly and at a lower cost for your education and training. And, importantly, a career in tech is about what you can do and how y...
Published by Abi Edwards on 2018-04-24
The Network of Excellence has been shortlisted for the "Digital Skills and Inclusion Initiative of the Year" category for this years Digital Leaders Awards, and this is all down to you, the CAS communi...
Published by Claire Davenport on 2018-03-28
CAS Hubleaders Spring Newsletter available now
Published by Miles Ellison on 2018-04-25
It's been a busy month- we've been nominated for the Digital Leader awards, BCS has released an insightful report into social mobility in IT and tickets went live for this years CAS Conference! Read mo...
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