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Living in a Digital Society Scheme of Work

Published by Ben Goodwin on 2018-09-24

Living in a Digital Society is an attempt to bring the Legal and Ethical concepts covered in KS4 courses down to KS3, whilst still keeping the course relevant to students without a direct interest in the subject.

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UPDATE:BCS School Curriculum and Assessment Committee

Published by Julia Adamson on 2018-09-21

Julia Adamson, Director of Education shares plans around the new BCS School Curriculum and Assessment Committe.

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FIRST Tech Challenge UK

Published by Abi Edwards on 2018-09-11

New charity with funded STEM enrichment opportunities for schools,teachers and mentors

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Report: Computing in Special Educational Needs Settings

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.

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Non Examined Assessment- a positive future?

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 programming at GCSE.

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CyberCenturion 2018 Roadshows

Published by Irene Bell on 2018-09-03

Join us at our CyberCenturion 2018 Roadshows to find out how you could mentor/lead a CyberCenturion team or support a local team. Being a CyberCenturion Team Leader is simple and easy with our help and you do not need to have previous cybersecurity or IT knowledge in order to lead a team, but if you wish to be a mentor, STEM/cyber knowledge would be beneficial.

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The Code Show

Published by Gary McNab on 2018-09-03

Gary McNab is Computing Coordinator at St Mary MAgdalen's CE Primary School, Accrington, Raspberry Pi Educator and founder of the Code Show, a travelling computing museum which visits schools to give children hands-on access to historical computers and tell the story of the home-computing boom.

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GCSE Computer Science grades improving, but BCS says more needs to be done to support teachers and pupils

Published by Adrian Oldman on 2018-08-24

Record numbers of students across the UK are celebrating achieving standard and top grades in their Computer Science GCSE - despite a last-minute decision not to include coursework in the final marking.

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Huge concern as number of students sitting a computing GCSE falls by 16%- BCS Press Release

Published by Adrian Oldman on 2018-08-24

Record numbers of students are celebrating top grades in their Computer Science GCSE exams today (Thursday) - but the number of students with a qualification in computing has fallen, as far fewer students sat the ICT examination, which has been discontinued.

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Be part of the cyber security education movement with Cyber Discovery

Published by Georgina Davies on 2018-08-22

Top help introduce cyber security as a profession to more young people, last November the UK Government launched its landmark cyber security training programme aimed at 14-18 year-old's - "Cyber Discovery".

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