Teachers & educators

Computing is a vital aspect of today’s world. We want to empower teachers to give young people the skills they need to shape this world.

That’s why we provide high-quality CPD training courses, classroom resources, and online events for teachers. All for free.

  • 92% of educators and volunteers say young people on our programmes have improved their programming skills
  • 45% schools in England have used our resources and training as part of the National Centre for Computing Education
  • We’ve been using using quizzes and rewards to trial how to assess skills development in our programmes

In the classroom

Support your students, increase your confidence

  • Teach Computing

    Training, resources and guidance to help you teach computing with confidence.

    • 500 hours of lesson plans
    • Certified training programmes
    • Attractive bursaries
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  • Isaac Computer Science

    Collaborate online with your A level Computer Science students.

    • Set self-marking homework questions
    • Save time on marking
    • Manage students’ progress
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  • Start a Code Club

    Start a coding club for young people aged 9–13 at your school.

    • Build coding confidence for you and your students
    • Step-by-step coding projects
    • Free training
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Join the Astro Pi competition

Help your students create code experiments that run on the Raspberry Pi computers aboard the International Space Station

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Free training courses

A wide range of online courses aimed at different levels of ability. Learn at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home.

Hello World magazine

Our free computing and digital making magazine for educators

One hundred pages of in-depth discussion, project ideas, lesson plans, news, and reviews. Available in digital and print.



Keep up with the latest research and effective teaching practices

Teach Computing Podcast

Discover new ideas and examples of effective teaching practice.

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Gender Balance in Computing

We’re working to find the best ways to encourage young women to study Computer Science.

A series of research trials with over 1000 schools in England, funded by the Department of Education.

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