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GCSE in Computer Science assessment criteria

Published by Sarah Shakibi on 2016-04-28

Sarah Shakibi provides a personal summary of the assessment components for the 4+1 Examination Boards : AQA, OCR, EdExcel, Eduqas and CIE. It is hoped that colleagues will find this useful in trying to...

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CAS National Conference 2016

Published by Simon Humphreys on 2016-04-14

Booking for the 2016 National CAS Conference is now open. Held at the University of Birmingham (June 18th 2016) the conference is a highlight of the year. This year we have David Malan (Harvard Unive...

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CAS TV!

Published by Simon Humphreys on 2016-02-24

Thanks to the generosity of our friends at Google, CAS is pleased to announce the (re)launch of its YouTube channel, CAS TV.

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19th April 17:00 Peter Kemp - GCSE and A level CPD Twilight

From London

Published by on 2016-04-06

Peter will be delivering a twilight CPD session at the Tottenham Hub on Tuesday 19th April. Organised by Ada College with Gladesmore Community School come along for a superb workshop on teaching conce...

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Presentation of Master Teacher and Hub Leader badges

From West Midlands

Published by Stuart Davison on 2016-03-29

Presentation to Dawn Walker of MT and Hub leader badges at the Walsall Hub Meeting 16th March 2016

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Secondary Teachers do you use CS10K?

From London

Published by Jane Waite on 2016-03-24

The US Computer Science 10,000 teachers initiative (CS10K) has created some super resources. Have you used them?

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