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‘Sir’ needs to get more involved

Head teachers need to take an active part in ensuring that their school offers a great computing curriculum - according to BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.  To help achieve this, a specially developed tool kit is being sent to all secondary schools in England this week to support school leaders in implementing a high quality computing curriculum for all their students.

Produced by BCS and Computing At School (CAS) with support from a Microsoft YouthSpark grant, the tool kit includes practical advice, guidance, case studies & action plans to assist teachers and their senior leadership teams.
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BCS:  Computing Curriculum Tool Kit Launched for School Leaders

BCS:  Computing At School launches new resources to develop computing subject knowledge

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