• Wed, 21 Apr
    Online event
    21 Apr, 16:00
    Online event
    Effective teaching of computer science results from strong subject knowledge, and a detailed grasp of effective pedagogy. This evidence-based CPD will help you to develop your classroom practice, focused on the broadening and deepening of classroom pedagogy, helping you to get the best from your stu
  • 22 Apr, 09:00
    Remote
    At this online CPD event you explore a range of dynamic data structures using object-oriented programming approaches. You will also explore how to traverse and extend the structures.
  • Thu, 22 Apr
    Online event
    22 Apr, 16:30 – 17:15
    Online event
    Interactive micro:bit workshop for beginners using the micro:bit simulator: - explore cross-curricular approaches - find out about the 'do your bit' programme - create simple animations and find out what the micro:bit V2 has to offer - lesson resources to take away
  • Thu, 22 Apr
    Online event
    22 Apr, 16:30
    Online event
    Interactive workshop for beginners
  • 23 Apr, 10:00 – 15:30
    Reading, UK
    Curriculum design is centre stage once more, and nowhere is an effective computing curriculum more vital than in KS3.
  • 27 Apr, 10:30 – 16:30
    Reading, UK
    Face to Face
  • Wed, 28 Apr
    Online event
    28 Apr, 16:00
    Online event
    ONLINE WORKSHOP SHARING THE EXOMARS UNPLUGGED RESOURCES - BOOLEAN LOGIC
  • 30 Apr, 10:30 – 16:30
    Reading, UK
    Remote
  • 05 May, 09:30
    Remote
    This Teacher CPD course will give you an introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript from the OCR A level Computer Science specification, as well as showing you the potential for applying these in the NEA project for either OCR or AQA.
  • Wed, 05 May
    Primary and Secondary - Remote
    05 May, 10:00 – 14:00
    Primary and Secondary - Remote
    Q&A session for both primary and secondary schools. First Wednesday of every month, 10-11am. Delivered via Zoom.
  • Thu, 06 May
    Computing is an evolving and exciting subje
    06 May, 16:00 – 16:45
    Computing is an evolving and exciting subje
    Computing is an evolving and exciting subject to teach. Rising demand, and a shortage of specialist teachers, means there are opportunities for teachers to upskill and offer computing as a ‘second subject’.
  • 11 May, 10:30 – 15:30
    Reading, UK
    If you’re new, moving towards or an existing teacher of Key Stage 3 computing, then this course will allow you to explore the subject knowledge required to confidently teach the Key Stage 3 programme of study.
  • 12 May, 10:00
    Reading, UK
    This three-day course will help you plan and deliver an inclusive curriculum appropriate for all pupils in Key Stage 3. Day One: 12th May, 10:00 - 15:00 Day Two: 19th May, 10:00 - 15:00 Day Three: 20th May, 10:00 - 15:00
  • 13 May, 19:00
    Remote
    Explore how each of the core search and sort algorithms function; exploring how they manipulate data structures and compare the relative efficiency of different methods.
  • 14 May, 09:30 – 14:30
    Online event
    Take your first steps towards teaching GCSE computer science and establish a foundational knowledge of concepts, terminology and classroom practice. Find out how the components of computer systems interlink and how these can then be connected together to form a network.
  • 19 May, 16:00 – 17:00
    Online event
    Join other teachers in thsi collaborative planning session to enrich your curriculum for 2021-2022
  • 21 May, 09:30 – 16:10
    Remote
    You’ll go further through the fundamentals of programming, with lots of hands-on experience under the guidance of highly successful teachers of computer science.
  • Mon, 24 May
    Online event
    24 May, 09:30
    Online event
    Moving into curriculum leadership can feel like be a big step. Whether you are new to the role, or looking to progress in the future, this course will build confidence and clarity allowing you to succeed. Written by experienced department leaders, and based in the most recent evidence of 'what works
  • 25 May, 09:00 – 15:30
    Remote
    Join other primary and secondary teachers for the national remote girls in computing conference made possible by Coding Rooms.
  • 25 May, 18:30 – 20:00
    Regular Networking Event
    Regular Networking Event
  • 26 May, 10:00 – 15:00
    INEOS Team UK HQ, East St, Southsea, Portsmouth PO1 2JJ, UK
    Written by experienced department leaders, and based in the most recent evidence of 'what works', you'll come away with a clear plan and the tools to make it happen.
  • 26 May, 16:00 – 17:00
    Remote
    A bespoke CPD event.
  • 26 May, 16:00 – 17:00
    Online event
    We’re offering your school a free opportunity to be part of the new Teach Computing Network Meetings where primary computing leadswill meet from across the two counties to gain training, share best practice and assist to develop a world class computing curriculum at your school.
  • 28 May, 09:00 – 15:00
    West Sussex, Shooting Field, Steyning BN44 3RX, UK
    Secondary
  • 29 May, 10:30 – 16:30
    Reading, UK
    Within this course you’ll learn how examinations are designed and written, the key terminology used in exams and how this should be approached by students.
  • 08 Jun, 09:30 – 16:30
    Remote
    Learn how to write code to input, process and output data, and how to manipulate data stored in variables.
  • 09 Jun, 19:00
    Reading, UK
    Take your first steps towards teaching programming within Design and Technology, during this two-day course you’ll explore different programming techniques and how to apply them to popular platforms such as VEX, Crumble and Micro:Bit. Day One: June 9th 10:00 - 15:30 Day Two: June 10th 10:00 - 16:00
  • 10 Jun, 09:00
    Remote
    Aims At this Teacher CPD event, you will explore how to build on knowledge about computer architecture from KS3 and KS4. You will explore circuits, algebra, gates, and simplification by rule and by Karnaugh map. This will include some tasks on 'flip-flops'.
  • 10 Jun, 16:00 – 17:00
    Remote
    You’ll develop a deeper awareness of computing and how the Computer Science Accelerator Programme can support your learning journey to upskill and develop confidence in your subject knowledge.
  • 12 Jun, 11:40 – 16:40
    Buckinghamshire, Amersham Rd, High Wycombe HP13 6QT, UK
    Whether you’re already teaching computer science or completely new to the subject, this course is designed to support your understanding of how to increase student attainment at GCSE level.
  • Mon, 14 Jun
    Online event
    14 Jun, 09:30 – 15:30
    Online event
    An understanding of algorithms is fundamental to success in GCSE computer science. To reach their full potential, students of GCSE computer science need to be confident in using decomposition and abstraction to solve problems.
  • 15 Jun, 10:30 – 16:30
    Reading, UK
    Learn about the different components of computer hardware, including devices not instantly recognisable as computers.
  • Wed, 16 Jun
    Online event
    16 Jun, 16:00 – 17:00
    Online event
    Online meeting exploring how to increase reach, engagement and uptake
  • 17 Jun, 16:00 – 17:00
    Online event
    Online meeting exploring how to integrate ai concepts in the computing classroom
  • 18 Jun, 09:00 – 15:30
    West Sussex, Shooting Field, Steyning BN44 3RX, UK
    Secondary
  • 22 Jun, 18:30 – 20:00
    Online event
    Join this online event where teachers will be sharing best practice of teaching GCSE and iGCSE in their classroom. Simply sit back and learn from others or take part and present wtih your own 5-10min slot to share something you have tried in your classroom.
  • 24 Jun, 10:00 – 15:30
    Remote
    Computer programs are written in a language that humans understand, but what about the computer itself? Every piece of software, and the instructions and data it contains, is made up of 1’s and 0’s, handled by the central processing unit or CPU.
  • 25 Jun, 09:00 – 15:00
    West Sussex, Shooting Field, Steyning BN44 3RX, UK
    Secondary
  • Mon, 28 Jun
    Online event
    28 Jun, 16:00
    Online event
    Computer networks exist all around us. During the course, you will demystify the hardware and network topologies used for data transfer between computers and help you make topic learning relevant and engaging to students.
  • 29 Jun, 10:30 – 17:00
    Reading, UK
    Curriculum design is centre stage once more, and nowhere is an effective computing curriculum more vital than in KS3.
  • Thu, 01 Jul
    Remote
    01 Jul, 09:30 – 15:00
    Remote
    Computer programs are written in a language that humans understand, but what about the computer itself? Every piece of software, and the instructions and data it contains, is made up of 1’s and 0’s, handled by the central processing unit or CPU.
  • 06 Jul, 10:30 – 17:15
    Reading, UK
    The second in a series of linked CPD, this course guides participants through building the core of a curriculum to achieve the stated intent.
  • 07 Jul, 19:00
    Remote
    Remote
  • Thu, 08 Jul
    Reading, UK
    08 Jul, 10:00 – 15:15
    Reading, UK
    This action-oriented professional development course explores the options available to teachers in different school contexts.
  • 13 Jul, 10:30 – 17:15
    Reading, UK
    You’ll develop an action plan that gives your improved the curriculum the best chance of success and maximises the impact the whole teaching team can make in the classroom. You are advised to participate in module 1 and module 2 prior to joining this CPD.
  • Tue, 20 Jul
    Online event
    20 Jul, 17:00
    Online event
    Effective teaching of computer science results from strong subject knowledge, and a detailed grasp of effective pedagogy. This evidence-based CPD will help you to develop your classroom practice, focused on the broadening and deepening of classroom pedagogy, helping you to get the best from your stu
  • Thu, 29 Jul
    Online event
    29 Jul, 16:00
    Online event
    You will build on knowledge of local computer networks to cover the globally connected systems forming the internet. Learn how protocols are used to transfer data across the internet and how each of the layers within the TCP/IP stack functions.
  • Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am
    Remote Chat
    Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am
    Remote Chat
    Chat to our lead facilitator Pete Marshman about any queries you might have for your school! Available to chat every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 10am.

Upcoming remote and face-to-face secondary courses