Children in primary and secondary schools across England can access the latest technology to learn how to control objects by computers, thanks to a new initiative from the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) and its supporters.
27 September 2021
The NCCE has published its Impact Report today looking at its work over the last two years, including 29,500 teachers engaged, representing 8,500 primary schools and 3,000 secondaries.
25 November 2020
Schools minister Nick Gibb visited the NCCE Computing Hub at Dartford Grammar School to find out more about how the school is playing a key role in delivering vital digital skills across Kent and East Sussex.
25 September 2020
We are delighted to congratulate the first 1,000 teachers to complete our CS Accelerator programme; boosting schools’ ability to deliver GCSE computer science across England.
10 August 2020
The NCCE's groundbreaking Teach Computing Curriculum has been launched this week, providing a comprehensive set of free teaching materials covering all aspects of the computing curriculum in England, from primary through to age 16.
04 August 2020
The NCCE supports home teaching and remote professional development in response to coronavirus crisis
Home teaching support and live online professional development are some of the initiatives introduced by the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) to ensure it continues to support computing education during the coronavirus crisis. The NCCE has put in place a suite of online courses, live online support, a new
15 June 2020
National Centre for Computing Education to expand its training programme to support even more teachers to teach GCSE computer science
The National Centre for Computing Education is to welcome many more teachers to its flagship Computer Science Accelerator Programme, increasing the number of teachers able to deliver GCSE computer science. The CPD programme supports teachers to build their subject knowledge.
30 April 2020
In response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have been working hard to develop and roll out a range of online materials to support teachers, schools and families.
08 April 2020
The National Centre for Computing Education has announced a further four schools/colleges that have been successful in their application to become Computing Hubs.
13 February 2020
The NCCE is delighted to launch a further seven Computing Hubs, taking the total number to 30 and increasing the geographical reach of the programme.
31 July 2019