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Published by Catherine Elliot on 2018-09-11
Special need expert and teacher, Catherine Elliot, reviews how Computing is being taught in special needs schools highlighting the need for more resources to support the pupils.
Published by Julia Adamson on 2018-09-21
Julia Adamson, Director of Education shares plans around the new BCS School Curriculum and Assessment Review Committe.
Published by John Woollard on 2018-09-10
The changes to the NEA for GCSE have not been easy fro staff, students or parents. Here the CAS assessment working group address some misconceptions and how to communicate the value of practical prog...
Published by Claire Davenport on 2018-06-20
The winners of the recent CAS Hub Group Awards were announced at the CAS Conference Saturday 16 June, University of Birmingham.
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