Embrace the future.
Helping you teach computing.
We offer teachers:
- courses and accreditation
- subsidies for training
- free curriculum resources
- community support and more
The NCCE Computing Quality Framework for Schools
The Computing Quality Framework is intended to help schools review their progress in developing the computing curriculum. The framework takes you through each aspect of computing, helping you to access the NCCE’s wide range of resources, report, and progress.
Welcome to the Computing Hub for London, Surrey & West Sussex
We are proud to be one of the computing hubs in the UK, led by the National Centre for Computing Education. Our Computing Hub supports schools within London, Surrey and West Sussex to provide a high-quality computing education to all young people.
We offer quality, high impact CPD through a range of full day or twilight sessions. We also work with schools on an individual basis to provide bespoke support to meet the differing needs of schools regarding the computing curriculum. Please contact us to find out more about how we can meet your schools specific needs.
“The NCCE is playing an important part in re-imagining computing as a foundational school subject like maths and natural science, which all children should learn to equip them for life and work.
— Prof Peyton Jones
The CSA is accessible with a wide range of topics that not only will benefit delivering computing but will also have great crossover with many other subjects.
— Jonathan O’Donnell from the Harris Federation
Call to Action
For more information on how you can benefit from the Teach Computing resources and expertise contact us.
What we offer
Courses and accreditation
Professional development programmes are available to both primary and secondary teachers. There are a number of pathways available depending on your experience and confidence levels.
Subsidies for training
We offer financial support to state-funded schools and colleges across England, including subsidies to support supply cover for continuing professional development and curriculum delivery.
Curriculum teaching resources
Everything you need to teach computing at key stages 1 to 4. Resources include lesson plans, slides, activity sheets, homework, and assessments. Each key stage has a teacher guide and curriculum map to help you get started
Community support and more
Your local hub will work with you to identify your computing needs and provide a targeted programme of support to help embed this key subject in your school.