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Discover training, resources and guidance to help you teach computing with confidence.

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Discover training, resources and guidance to help you teach computing with confidence.

Get started!

You have the power to transform lives, so we want to help you to change computing education across England.

Computer Science Accelerator Programme

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

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Attractive bursaries

Funding for your school or college to make it easier for you to participate in training

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Teacher training

Face-to-face and online courses to help you teach computing or develop your practice

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News & Updates

18 September 2019

Living the computing dream

After proudly achieving the Computer Science Accelerator Certificate, Spencer Organ is looking forward to having an impact on his students' learning

17 September 2019

Our vision for Teach Computing

Watch our new video, which sets out the vision for the National Centre for Computing Education, as narrated by Simon Peyton Jones.

12 September 2019

Pedagogy Quick Reads for busy educators

Busy teachers don’t always have the time to access, read, and assimilate pedagogy research into evidence-based practices, let alone begin to implement these practices in their classrooms. To help, we’re developing a series of bite-sized Pedagogy Quick Reads.

9 September 2019

Say hello to Isaac Computer Science!

We are delighted to co-launch Isaac Computer Science, a new online platform for teachers and students of A level Computer Science.

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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.