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CAS Inspire - Using computing to bring history and geography to life

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-10-22

Computing can bring the past to life and help us to explore the world around us, says Richard Smith, who's leading two CAS Inspire webinars

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School's Minister Nick Gibb visits Dartford Grammar and its NCCE Computing Hub

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-10-20

There's an an innovative approach to computer science at Dartford Grammar School, where half of all students opt to study GCSE Computer Science and it’s one of the most popular choices for university applications.

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'Cyber Hunter' Sophia tells us about her journey into cyber security

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-10-19

Cyber security expert and ‘Cyber Hunter’ Sophia McCall will be taking part in our CAS Autumn Event panel discussion. We found out more about her journey into Cyber Security

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Congratulations Carrie Anne Philbin, MBE!

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-10-12

Congratulations to Carrie Anne Philbin, who has been awarded an MBE for her services to education. Carrie Anne Philbin, a cofounder of CAS#Include, our CAS working group committed to increasing inclusion in computing, has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

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CAS Autumn Event - a packed programme for November

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-10-08

Our CAS Autumn Event, November 10 – 19, brings together an exciting programme, including four keynote speakers; Anne Marie Imafidon, Mark Martin, Rupert Ward and Maggie Philbin, as well as host two panel events focussing on Cyber Security.

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Transforming the glue that connects our distributed community

Published by Julia Adamson on 2020-10-06

Computing at School is a remarkable phenomenon, a genuine community of people who care deeply about computing education, who collaborate, share ideas, create professional development opportunities, enhance subject knowledge, and nurture one another.

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Survey - protecting children from damaging social media

Published by Claire Penketh on 2020-10-01

What can be done to protect children from viewing damaging material online, and where does the responsibility lie? Share your views in a short survey.

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CAS in a Box - new resources to support remote learning

Published by Jane Waite on 2020-09-30

Jane Waite, Chair of CAS’ Research Working Group, explains how the latest CAS in a Box on ABC can help to support schools deliver remote learning if pupils are required to remain at home.

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Neon Launch

Published by Felicity Page on 2020-09-29

Neon is a new website from EngineeringUK which brings together the UK's best engineering experiences and inspiring careers resources to help teachers bring STEM to life with real world examples of engineering.

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Back to School: CAS teachers tell us how they're coping

Published by Tim Wilson on 2020-09-29

It’s been a ‘back to school’ like no other, but CAS members have responded imaginatively, from developing online lessons and new cleaning regimes to preparing emergency ‘paper packs’. Tim Wilson reports.

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