Structure and Organisation
CAS is proud to be part of BCS and is internally governed by the CAS Board, formed from the membership.
CAS provides advice to the BCS School Curriculum and Assessment Committee supporting its role in shaping public debate and shaping the future of computing in schools. This provides a supportive institutional framework but does not threaten CAS's autonomy or grass-roots style.
Around the country, members of CAS are encouraged to volunteer to lead and contribute to local communities forming a valuable network across the UK.
CAS is proud to be registered as the Subject Association for Computing with the CfSA. The CfSA is an umbrella organisation, independent of Government, which represents subject associations nationally and allows them to speak with a single voice on key issues and consultations. Founded in 2007 the CfSA currently has over 30 members who all contribute to, and benefit from, the power of a unified voice. The CfSA helps represent Subject Associations in informing educators, policy makers, and media about research and professional practice informed approaches to the curriculum, pedagogy, teacher training and professional development.