South West

Welcome to CAS Regional Centre South West

The School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (SoCEM) at Plymouth University has a long tradition of supporting local teaching staff for computing related subject knowledge. For over 10 years members of staff from within the school have been involved in outreach activities, going into schools to deliver talks and practical sessions. These activities have either been carried out as part of personal contacts or through the Research Centres, such as CSCAN, that are part of the University. Events have included evening meetings, invitations to project showcase days, specific computing taster days, residential events, competitions for year 8s, Safer Internet Day and Security related days.

Over the last couple of years, SoCEM has initiated and supported the CAS Hub for Plymouth bringing the CAS initiative into the region. Close collaboration with the original Master Teachers, along with colleagues in the Plymouth Institute of Education allowed the University to support the start of the centre.

The Regional Centre is made up of a team of 2 people from Plymouth University. These are Shirley, an academic from SoCEM with advanced subject knowledge alongside and Beverly who works part time as Outreach support for teachers across the region.

Regional Centre Info

Week of January 18

Thursday
  • Jan 21 from 3:45PM to 4:30PM
  • CAS Exeter Primary Community Meeting

    Online
    Join us for our launch event & find out more about the free support available for primary teachers, teaching computing!

  • Jan 21 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM
  • CAS Leadership Coaching Academy – Part of the NCCE (CSA graduate briefing)

    Online
    This webinar will provide details about the CAS Leadership Coaching Academy and how you can be part of the academy and be partnered with a trained coach. There will be an opportunity for questions to be asked during and after the webinar. This webinar w

Week of January 25

Tuesday
Thursday

Week of February 1

Tuesday
Thursday
  • Feb 4 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM
  • Coaching Surgery 1. Listening (twilight) INVITATION ONLY

    Online
    During this remote surgery you will explore listening with the insight of emotional intelligence. This is one of the components for the of the CAS Leadership Coaching Academy training for CAS ambassadors.

Week of February 8

Monday
  • Feb 8 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
  • Building Effective Relationships with local Industry

    Online
    CAS Communities, just like schools, can benefit from building partnerships with external organisations such as businesses, industry and universities. Such relationships can help with contextualise learning, careers information, work placements, volunteers

Tuesday
  • Feb 9 from 4:00PM to 5:30PM
  • ITE Introduction to CAS

    Online
    In this webinar you will hear about the Computing teacher networking community – Computing at School (CAS). The session will cover – CAS historically, how CAS Communities work, how CAS fits into the NCCE, CAS events and communication methods. There will a

  • Feb 9 from 4:30PM to 5:30PM
  • CAS Virtual Primary ITT Community Meeting

    Online
    CAS Virtual Primary ITT community meeting for trainee primary teachers to find out more about opportunities and support available from CAS and other organisations.

Thursday

All Events

CAS Regional Centre South West covers Bath and North East Somerset, Bournemouth, Bristol City of, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Isles Of Scilly, North Somerset, Plymouth, Poole, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Swindon, Torbay, Wiltshire

CAS South West (Plymouth University)
Plymouth, PL4 8AA

Web: www.plymouth.ac.uk

Coordinators

Regional Centre News


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CAS South West Outreach Support

Published by Beverly Clarke at 2017-01-24 13:48:18 +0000

Beverly Clarke, CAS SouthWest Outreach Support, CAS Master Teacher. Former CAS Sunbury Hub leader and now co-leader of the CAS Plymouth Hub.

Philip_anley

"The fun to be had – and thus the learning – is enormous. "

Published by Philip Anley (posted by Simon Humphreys) at 2016-03-01 13:50:06 +0000

Philip Anley, Bishopstone Priomary School, is a CAS Master Teacher and leader of Swindon hub. Philip writes about his experiences with the new curriculum in his school with the active support of his H...

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