In preparation for the move to our new CAS website, activity across our current site will be limited between 13th and 20th September. This means that between these dates you will unable to apply to become a CAS Member or Community Leader, no updates will be possible to existing resources or events, and no new events or resources can be added. Members wishing to register for events will be able to do this, except for on 20th September. We apologise for any inconvenience, however are really excited for you to see our new site!
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Nominet and Micro:bit Educational Foundation

Published by on 2021-09-16

Nominet and the Micro:bit Educational Foundation are launching a new piece of research into the teaching of digital skills and creativity in UK Primary schools.

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Reflecting on remote education

Published by Neil Rickus on 2021-09-13

Neil Rickus examines how the experience of remote education is having a lasting impact in the classroom, and talks to teachers about their tips and experience.

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New CAS Website: Live 21st September

Published by Julia Adamson on 2021-09-13

The long-awaited refreshed website for Computing at School is almost ready to reveal to you and I am really quite excited, and a tiny bit nervous about it too!

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Barefoot Climate Champions resources coming soon

Published by Jon Chippindall on 2021-09-13

Look out for the new Barefoot 'Climate Champions' resources coming very soon! We need to work together to tackle the climate crisis, so in these resources pupils of all ages use their digital skills to create and share their own 'Planet Pledges'

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Primary computing - Coding across the curriculum

Published by Victoria Temple on 2021-09-09

From history, geography and science, teaching coding at primary school doesn’t have to only be part of the computing curriculum. We talk to teachers about cross-curricular coding

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CAS inspiration - 3D printing a ukelele

Published by Steve Woods on 2021-09-09

Steve Woods, Secondary Computing Subject Matter Expert and leader of the NCCE’s Cheshire & Wirral Computing Hub been exploring the cross curricula possibilities of 3D printing. He brought together design and computer science to create his own 3D printed ukulele, and told us more:

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CAS Inspire 2021/22

Published by Wendy Piccinini on 2021-09-09

Computing at School (CAS) is delighted to announce that CAS Inspire returns in September with an exciting programme of events planned.

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Pros and cons of social media - tips for new teachers

Published by Laura Burt on 2021-08-13

Social media can be a great source of ideas - but can also bring risks for teachers. Laura Burt looks at the pros and cons and shares useful tips and advice for teachers, especially those at the start of their career.

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Find out about our CAS Working Groups - and get involved!

Published by Victoria Temple on 2021-06-28

Get involved in our CAS Working Groups! They do a huge variety of work and are a key part of CAS. Find out more about who they are and what they do, here:

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CAS Virtual Showcase - How can we prepare students for the future?

Published by Victoria Temple on 2021-06-24

“Our future is actually not as unpredictable as one might think,” says Jennifer King of Microsoft. She's one of the speakers leading fascinating sessions for the CAS Virtual Showcase this week. Find out more about what's on this week..

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