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Durham

CAS Durham Hub

The CAS Durham Hub has been taken over by Paul Williams. He looks forward to welcoming people from HEI, Industry and Education to the inclusive meetings for networking, sharing initiatives and ideas and learning more about teaching computing!


Paul Williams

Paul Williams

  • Master Teacher
  • Hub Leader
  • 2 more
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Northumberland ( South)

CAS Northumberland ( South)

Julie Edwards from Chantry School, Morpeth is a CAS Master Teacher, NoE Lead School contact and leading the new hub, welcoming all teachers from primary, middle, secondary to the group. The first meeting is on 9 Dec. Please book online. She looks forward to meeting new members and working with existing CAS members!


Julie Edwards

Julie Edwards

  • Master Teacher
  • Hub Leader
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South Tyneside

CAS South Tyneside hub

Rebecca Oxberry is the hub leader for CAS South Tyneside and looks forward to welcoming people to the group meetings.


Rebecca Oxberry

Rebecca Oxberry

  • Hub Leader
  • Teacher (11-18)
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Sunderland

CAS SUNDERLAND HUB

The CAS Sunderland hub is run by John Lamb, CAS Master Teacher, and meetings will be held at Monkwearmouth Academy.

The new HUB aims to: Build links between subject teachers across schools and key stages

Provide important information/updates regarding the computing curriculum and changes to qualifications

Provide support in the delivery and assessment of qualifications across the range of exam boards (including visits/presentations by representatives of the exam boards)

Allow for opportunities for collaborative planning / collaborative assessment techniques and smooth transition between primary and secondary

Build a network of support amongst like-minded computing practitioners

Build links with local computing/software/ networking organisations to aid with career progression and visits for pupils

Support with training and development needs

If you have any queries or ideas you would like to discuss for the HUB meetings, please contact John.lamb@computingatschool.org.uk


John Lamb

John Lamb

  • Master Teacher
  • Hub Leader
  • Teacher (11-18)
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Teesside

The original and best!

The first hub in the North East continues to keep on keeping on. With the plethora of hubs now available in the best part of the world we tend to focus on the Tees Valley, though everyone is welcome from far and wide and we regularly have people travelling from Tyne and Wear, North Yorkshire and the surrounding areas.

We tend to move around so we don’t get too stale, but Mark is based at Egglescliffe School in Eaglescliffe, just past the bottom end of Stockton on Tees.

We always try to include at least one practical workshop session at each meeting as well as discussions and group activities to devise resources, create plans and share moderation.

At least one meeting per year is a joint meeting with the Teesside Primary Hub, helping primary and secondary colleagues to share ideas.


Mark Clarkson

Mark Clarkson

  • Master Teacher
  • Hub Leader
  • 2 more
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Teesside primary

CAS Teesside Primary hub

CAS Teesside primary hub is run by Dan Mount. The hub is currently looking for ideas for the spring term hub. Popular suggestions so far include a study of digital literacy, and hands on programming work. If you would like to attend the next hub, or have suggestions regarding content, please contact Dan.


Dan Mount

Dan Mount

  • Master Teacher
  • Hub Leader
  • Teacher (4-11)
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Tyneside

A Hub created to support, engage and stimulate educational debate regarding the use of Technology in education.


Mike Carter

Mike Carter

  • Hub Leader
  • Teacher (4-11)
  • 2 more
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