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Helping you teach computing

We offer teachers, schools and trusts:

  • courses for all experience levels
  • nationally recognised certification
  • free curriculum teaching resources
  • funding to support development
Home of Computing Education

Get more confident with computing

Teachers having a meeting Courses

Discover our range of professional development courses, designed to help you teach computing from key stage 1 to post-16.

Students working on laptops Funding

We offer funding to state-funded schools and colleges across England to allow you to attend our courses and access support.

A classroom full of school students raising their hands Teaching resources

Over 500 hours of free curriculum resources to help you teach computing at key stages 1 to 4.

School students collaborating on laptops in classroom I Belong programme

Inspire more girls to choose computer science qualifications and careers with our curated resources, training and implementation support for schools.

School students playing with robots GCSE Computer Science support

Tailored support for schools that do not currently offer GCSE Computer Science to help you get in a better position to make this key subject available to your students.

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A free, easy-to-use online tool to help primary and secondary schools review, develop and implement effective change to drive high-quality computing education. 

Reach your professional development goals

Develop your subject knowledge, improve your teaching confidence and enrich your students’ experience of the computing curriculum with a National Centre for Computing Education certificate.

Primary teacher certificate

Gain the confidence to teach computing effectively across the curriculum at key stages 1 and 2.

Secondary teacher certification

Advance your computer science subject knowledge, pedagogy or leadership skills with our nationally recognised certificates.

News and Updates

17 June 2024

A closer look at the first I Belong Computing Camp: transforming student attitudes towards programming with AI

Earlier this year, the local Computing Hub for All Saints RC School in York coordinated the first NCCE Computing Camp at Selby High School, and delivered an AI-focused programme for 20 Year 8 girls.