The essential toolkit for secondary computing teachers
Training and inspiration that grows your confidence and transforms your teaching.
Improve your subject knowledge and gain confidence with our nationally recognised certificates.
We offer financial support to state-funded schools and colleges across England, including subsidies to support supply cover for continuing professional development.
Subject Expert support
Our Computing Hubs provide support and mentoring to help you complete the Subject knowledge certificate
"We're teaching kids to use technologies that don't exist yet for problems that they don't know. It's going to be a completely different world when they leave school."
Helen Brant Music teacher
"As a result of the programme, I am now a computer science teacher! The programme has given me the confidence to realise the skills that I have."
Nigel Ferry D&T to Computer Science teacher, Gateshead
"Completing the Computer Science Accelerator has honestly changed my career. It has given me the confidence to do so many new things."
Annie Cuffe Davies ICT and Computing teacher, London
This evidence-based CPD explores how to improve attainment in Computer Science for students working towards grades 1 to 3.
Explore the ethical, legal, cultural, and environmental concerns surrounding computer science.
This unit has been re-written based on your feedback, to have more scaffolding, unique lesson activities and content on data compression. For example the escape room activity in lesson 9, the image manipulation activity in lesson 10 and the Huffman coding activities in lesson 17.
This unit begins by defining a network and addressing the benefits and importance of computer networks, before covering how data is transmitted across networks using protocols.
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Your local network of expert computing support.
Providing local training and support for teachers across England, our Computing Hubs are led by schools and colleges with an exceptional track record in teaching computing.
Communities of Practice
These local networks of computing teachers are forums to share expertise, resources and best practice. Run by Computing at School (CAS).