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Computer Science Accelerator Programme

A supportive development programme to help you confidently teach GCSE computer science

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News & Updates

3 December 2019

Become a computer science teacher – everyone welcome!

Computer science is a growing GCSE subject, presenting opportunities for teachers looking to develop their career across the curriculum. Dave Gibbs looks at opportunities for non-specialists, including our new course ‘Introduction to GCSE Computer Science’.

28 November 2019

Episode #3: Cognitive Load Theory in Computing

In this month's Teach Computing podcast we’ve decided to focus a whole episode on a single aspect of pedagogy and how it applies to teaching computing.

27 November 2019

Watch our new film ‘NCCE: the story so far’

Watch our new film, 'NCCE: the story so far'. To mark our anniversary, we've been to Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Swindon and Cambridge to find out what teachers think about our programme.

20 November 2019

From KS3 to GCSE: assess student progress across the secondary curriculum

Our full suite of Key Stage 3 and GCSE level subject knowledge assessments are now available, and are free for use by any teacher and their students.

The National Centre for Computing Education is funded by the Department for Education and is run by a consortium of STEM Learning, the Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.