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New magazine 'Hello World' (issue 5)
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The NEW Issue of Hello World is out now! Packed with news, reviews, features, projects, lesson plans, and much 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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Good reason to be hopeful

Published by Julia Adamson on 2018-06-19

We're all aware our subject is fragile, the recently published report from Roehampton point this out but provides little context or explanations. Julia Adamson (Director of Education, BCS) points out ...

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What a day we had!

Published by Simon Humphreys on 2018-06-18

Over 40 workshops, 4 plenaries, 300 people, 48 speakers and 1 massive cake. The 10th Annual CAS Conference (Bham) was held on June 16th. Here's a brief summary.

Partner highlight
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Computer Science Teachers Association of Ireland

Published by Stephen Murphy on 2018-05-31

CAS Hubs
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CAS Hub Leaders Spring Newsletter 2018

Published by Claire Davenport on 2018-03-28

CAS Hubleaders Spring Newsletter available now

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Raising the profile of computer science through enrichment

Published by Claire Wicher on 2018-06-07

Including Computer Science in the curriculum is a positive move for an increasingly digital nation. The UK is facing a huge skills shortage, and yet the number of students taking the subject is declini...

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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