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NCCE physical computing Hub kits, coming soon to a Hub near you. Looking to teach physical computing in your classroom next year but not sure where to start? Do you need free guidance, training, and access to the latest physical computing equipment? Then read on…

13 July 2021

"We’re thrilled that nearly 40 teachers are taking part in the CSA. We know that our young people will benefit from that enhanced training." The team at Delta Academies Trust, tell us more about their CSA Class of 21

13 July 2021

Katharine Childs examines some of the misconceptions that pupils face about what it takes to be a great computing student, and separates the myth of brilliance in computing from the reality of real-world computing success.

07 July 2021

How can education shed light on the ‘magic’ of AI? This was the theme of the first NCCE’ Digital Skills Forum which brought together experts from industry and education for a webinar, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education.

23 June 2021

James Robinson provides a summary of 'What should every child know about AI?'. In this position paper, researchers explore the increasing importance of AI education for young learners.

08 June 2021

This month, we interviewed Dr. Alfredo Carpineti, Founder of Pride in STEM, an astrophysicist, activist, and science journalist.

07 June 2021

How can education, the economy and employers work together to deliver the computing skills and opportunities for our post-Covid future?

28 May 2021

Dr. Matthew Holt explores the relationship between gender identity and Computing Education in schools, and offers some tips to get teachers thinking about this complex topic.

18 May 2021

Rob Wilks, a specialist Computing teacher, explains his motivation for engaging in the Teach secondary computing certificate and the benefits for others.

13 May 2021

Neil Crumpton, from the North Midlands Computing Hub, tells us about the inaugural success of the Teach Computing Fest 21.

07 May 2021