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Published by Computing at School on 2019-09-09
The Raspberry Pi Foundation and the University of Cambridge are delighted to have launched Isaac Computer Science, a new online platform for teachers and students of A level Computer Science.
Published by Computing at School on 2019-08-30
In this latest edition of the CAS Newsletter, we discover how an Academy in Wolverhampton is increasing the number of girls in its computer science classes. We find out about Robotics in Primary School...
Published by Computing at School on 2019-08-28
The Archives of IT, is a charity which is collecting oral interviews to tell the history of the technology industry. They are inviting CAS members to help review a new range of school resources it is d...