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!

CAS Working Groups

The CAS Research Working Group

collaborates towards some ambitious goals regarding Computer Science education in schools. Our aim is to help CAS members, including teachers and academics, work together with regard to research and to help foster links between schools and universities. We have CAS Research page and will have a CAS Universities page with more information including how to get involved, resources and discussions.

CAS #Include

is a group of teachers, academics and professionals passionate about giving all students the encouragement to study Computer Science. We raise awareness of these issues among educators, enabling school staff to access and apply current research. Our resources for more-inclusive lessons include toolkits on diversity and inclusion and free, online Computer Science textbooks for Key Stage 3 and A Level.

The CAS Assessment Working Group

provides clear, informed opinions on current issues concerning assessment of the teaching of Computing. Its work reflects current academic and professional understanding. It represents the opinions of CAS members who are teachers, and to initiate discussion with stakeholders.

To join the CAS Assessment working group mail list please email Assessment.wg@computingatschool.org.uk

COVID-19 All CAS Assessment working group activity is now online. There are no planned face-to-face meetings.

To facilitate discussion of the assessment issues, the following activities are planned:

  • Responding to forum discussions
  • Initiating new forum discussions
  • Initiating discussions associated with regional conferences.
  • Conducting surveys
  • Coordinating and communicating requests made and opportunities provided by stakeholders with working group members
  • Supporting the School Curriculum and Assessment Committee


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