Meet the
team

Our award-winning facilitators

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Peter Marshman

Hub Lead and SME

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Peter has over 15 year's experience of teaching computer science to secondary, primary and post-graduates. As an assistant headteacher, AST, SME and Master teacher, he has been influential in supporting teachers with CPD through organisations such as Hodder and Osiris. Pete is best known for his research and work around building self-efficacy in girls in computer science and advises institutions across Europe where he is also an EU Code Week Ambassador. He has produced, edited and authored resources for leading organisations in computing education such as the BCS, the BBC, Hodder Education, INEOS, the Royal Society, the European Space Agency and PG online. Pete has recently appeared on BBC Panorama, sharing best practice to encourage girls into computing through contextual applications.

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Yota Dimitriadi

ITT & University Liaison

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Yota Dimitriadi is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Education, University of Reading. Yota's responsibilities include PGCE Primary Module Leader for compuing, ITE Secondary Computer Science Course Lead and Executive Coach.

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Phil Wickins

Primary Facilitator and SME

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Phil Wickins is a primary school specialist computing teacher in KS1 and KS2. He specialises in physical computing and 3D design; enabling students to maximise creativity within their computing projects. Phil is also a Subject Matter Expert and Facilitator for the NCCE and has a proven track record of delivering engaging and exciting training and support to teachers in all stages of confidence and competency. He has also completed the Computer Science Accelerator Course, giving him an awareness of the pathways beyond KS2 that students require preparation for. He is dedicated to supporting primary schools and individual teachers so that every child can have a world leading computing education.

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Hannah White-Overton

Secondary Lead

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Hannah started her career as an Analyst Programmer working for a number of software houses before moving into the world of WANs. She went on to teach Computing at Brunel University and South Thames College before becoming a Project Manager at Imperial College London. She has now returned to teaching and teaches secondary Computer Science at Queen Anne's School, and Park House Computing Hub delivering GCSE and A Level Computer Science as well as CPD for teaching staff.

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Julie Price

Computer Science Champion & SME

    Julie has a great enthusiasm for computer science education. She is currently working with teachers and schools through the National Centre for Computing Education, while also carrying out doctoral research into the development of adolescent cognitive development. Julie’s work in cognitive and affective psychology has provided valuable insight which is relevant to her work in computing education.

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    Dave Hartley

    Head Of Computing

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    Dave is head of computing at a large secondary & sixth form college in West Sussex. Following a career in the tech industry, he switched to teaching in 2015 in the hope of inspiring the next generation of young engineers, especially girls. CAS master teacher, Raspberry Pi certified educator, Isaac Computer science trainer, NCCE facilitator with the single goal of helping teachers develop confidence in sharing this amazing subject with their students.

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    Matt Hewlett

    Secondary Facilitator

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    Matt has been Head of Computer Science for 9 years, where he developed expertise in raising attainment whilst also navigating the uncertainty of curriculum change. He has a variety of experience in developing computer science education beyond the school gates, including: presenting at conferences, commissioning, writing and editing resources, mentoring and training colleagues as well as participating in his local CAS community.