Today we have published the first of a series of evaluation reports for the Gender Balance in Computing programme. This first evaluation report concerns the feasibility of our pilot study of a teaching approach based on storytelling in key stage 1.

10 May 2022

Is your school ready for an Ofsted Deep Dive in computing? The NCCE recently welcomed Marc White, HMI Inspector for Ofsted and subject lead for computing, to give a presentation to the NCCE Hubs on Ofsted’s ‘deep dive’. Here are the key points he shared about Ofsted’s approach

09 May 2022

It's now six months since the NCCE physical computing kits scheme was launched, so we thought it would be a good time to report on how the scheme is going.

25 April 2022

This Earth Day, we are celebrating by sharing a collection of computing resources you can use with your students to explore this year’s theme: ‘Invest in our planet’.

22 April 2022

Whether you’re an established subject leader, or excited to be moving into your first leadership post; the Teach Computing offer has grown significantly this last year, meaning we’re on hand to support you and your department's journey.

13 April 2022

It's been a milestone month for the CQF with 1,000 schools now registered users, 25 Computing Quality Marks Achieved, and a packed event at BETT UK

11 April 2022

The NCCE is looking for more teachers to join its Subject Practitioner Panels group. We ensure that we can best meet the needs of computing educators.

16 March 2022

We've got guest speakers, plus an 'After Hours' Computing at School event at BETT 20222 celebration of education and technology

14 March 2022

Are you heading to the ASCL Annual Conference 2022? Come and talk to the NCCE team; find out more about what we do, including our new tool for schools, the Computing Quality Framework (CQF).

08 March 2022

Katharine Childs shares some of our team’s book recommendations that delve deeper into the history of gender balance in computing and may inspire you to consider actions to shift the balance.

08 March 2022