In preparation for the move to our new CAS website, activity across our current site will be limited between 13th and 20th September. This means that between these dates you will unable to apply to become a CAS Member or Community Leader, no updates will be possible to existing resources or events, and no new events or resources can be added. Members wishing to register for events will be able to do this, except for on 20th September. We apologise for any inconvenience, however are really excited for you to see our new site!

Focus on the CAS Communities

Introduction

The primary aim of Computing At School (CAS) is to promote and develop the teaching of computing in schools by supporting teachers. One way to achieve this is to provide teachers with a local forum (CAS Community) to share ideas and mutual interests. These CAS Communities form the foundation of much of the work of CAS. CAS Community meetings are for teachers, run by teachers.

They seek to provide the opportunity:

  • for teachers to meet in a relaxed and informal atmosphere with refreshments
  • to share ideas and resources
  • to receive informal training
  • to gain mutual support from discussing teaching methods with colleagues.

Furthermore, CAS derives much benefit from drawing in members from Universities and industry as well as schools. The CAS Community provides a unique opportunity to meet colleagues from local higher education institutions and local employers.

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Where is my nearest CAS Community?

Contact Us

If you would like to become a CAS Community Leader or would like more information please contact us: compatsch@bcs.uk


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