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At the National Centre for Computing Education, we know that computing matters. It can help us develop a new generation of digitally-literate citizens able to actively participate in society. And it builds skills which will help pupils move forward into the roles which we will need for success in our future economy.

We know the crucial role which teachers play in achieving these goals. And all of us here at the NCCE – as the home of computing education – stand ready to help you improve how you teach computing, as we navigate these challenging times alongside you.

Current restrictions relating to COVID-19 mean we will face significant challenges in delivering face-to-face courses until further notice. But we have plenty of other ways of supporting you, including a wide range of remote and online courses. We encourage you to book soon to secure your place. Don’t miss out!  Please visit our course programme.

If you have already booked on a face-to-face course planned between now and February half-term, and your course has been affected by these changes, we will be in touch as soon as possible by phone or email, to discuss alternatives with you. Please contact us with any immediate queries at [email protected]

Stay safe and we hope to see you online soon.