Skip to main content
ANNOUNCEMENT

Current national restrictions for England: if you've booked a face to face course which was scheduled to take place during the latest restriction period, please see here for more information. All remote and online courses are unaffected and running as planned.

Helping you
teach computing

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

Start your learning journey

Attractive bursaries

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

Check your eligibility

Teacher training

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

Browse our courses

News & Updates

25 November 2020

New NCCE report shows thousands of teachers supported by its work

Our second anniversary is a good point in time to reflect on the NCCE’s journey so far, so today we’ve published our NCCE Impact Report looking at our work since November 2018.

18 November 2020

Support for remote teaching of computing

How can teachers of computing achieve the best outcomes for students through online lessons, and maintain the progress made in computing? We take a look at the advice, guidance and support available for teachers to optimise remote learning.

16 November 2020

Take part in our awesome two year anniversary competition!

To celebrate two years of the NCCE, we are running a fantastic competition to give away a class set of 10 Raspberry Pi 4 Desktop Kits to one lucky teacher!

10 November 2020

Report shows impact of Computer Science Accelerator on schools, teachers and young people

A recent survey of the first cohort of teachers to complete the Computer Science Accelerator found that the programme is having a positive impact on schools, teachers and young people.