Our aim is to support schools, both in London and globally, to provide outstanding and fun computing education.
Supporting Diversity in Computing
Supporting Secondary Education
Supporting Primary Education
If you are in industry and wish to help, see our ideas for volunteering.
Teaching London Computing supports Computing teachers in London and beyond (we hope our resources help you where ever you are) providing workshops and free classroom resources. It is a resource Hub for CAS London: the Computing at School Regional Centre.
We provide resources and workshops, and help teachers to do the same. Those who use them then share them with other teachers so spreading the understanding and reinforcing the learning. Other teachers can provide a supportive environment to improve your understanding.
The best way to learn as a teacher is to teach other teachers!
Teachers: What can I do?
- Sign up to hear about new CAS London / Teaching London Computing resources and events in London
- Register your school to receive free copies of cs4fn magazines (UK only)
- Order back issues of cs4fn resources, while stocks last (UK only)
- Join CAS.
- Read, and share, the linked stories in our inspiring computer booklets.
- Attend one of our free workshops or courses.
- Go to the meetings of your nearest CAS Hub. Find them using the postcode finder on the CAS website or contact us for help.
- Get 1-1 support from a local CAS ‘Master’ Teacher. Find them using the postcode finder on the CAS website or contact us for help.
- Try out our inspiring classroom activities or other things you have learnt in your classroom.
- Demonstrate the activities and share what you have learnt with other teachers in your school (then tell us about it!). If you want help ask us.
- Deliver one of our workshops or courses to your local teachers.
- Start a CAS Hub in your local area (contact us for advice).
Who are we?
We have funding through the London Schools Excellence Fund and the London Schools Excellence Legacy Fund from the Mayor of London and the Department for Education (2013-2017) and we work closely with Computing At School.
Google has provided extra support for our work through their CS4HS programme.
We are also working with Hertford College, University of Oxford on Interdisciplinary Computing resources.
A range of our resources have now been integrated in the national Tenderfoot programme training teachers.