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.Subscribe to the newsletter
92% of educators and volunteers say young people involved in our programmes have improved their programming skills.
93% of teachers say our curriculum resources are effective or very effective at supporting them.
We’ve been using quizzes and rewards to trial how to assess skills development in our programmes.
Teach your learners with The Computing Curriculum
The Computing Curriculum is our complete bank of free lesson plans and other resources that offer you everything you need to teach computing lessons in your classroom. It helps you cover the full breadth of computing for all school-aged learners.Download curriculum resources
Teach and learn with Ada Computer Science
Ada Computer Science is our free online platform for upper secondary school teachers and students around the world. Developed with the University of Cambridge, it offers you world-leading computing education resources for your classroom, homework, and revision.Visit the platform
Online Code Editor
Our free tool to make learning text-based programming simple and accessible for children aged 9 and up.
Tailored specifically to young learners, the Code Editor is age-appropriate, safe, and easy to use.Try the Code Editor
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.Subscribe
Free computing courses
Our online courses are free and have something for everyone. No previous experience is needed. You can start learning a valuable new skill to use in your classroom or take a course to improve your subject knowledge.Discover free courses
Gender Balance in Computing
We’re working to find the best ways to encourage young women to study computing.
More than 1000 schools were part of our series of research trials testing teaching approaches to do this.Find out more