CAS Community Outreach Manager North West. Computing Leader at Crumpsall Lane Primary School.... »
Andrew has a 1st class BSc Computer Science from The University of Manchester, a PMI-PMP (project management certification) and is currently working towards his MBA.
Andrew is a former: teacher; Vice Principal; CAS Master Teacher; and CAS Hub Leader…... »
Subject Leader for Computing & ICT, Teesside Hub Leader, Master Teacher, former CAS board member, lifelong learner and passionate about pretty much everything to do with computers.... »
Hello world! I’m a passionate CS teacher (love a bit of Java) and have been teaching Computer Science at GCSE, A-Level & IB for the past 20 years. I love seeing students (and teachers) ‘get’ programming. I’m completing a part-time PhD in Computer S…... »
I originally completed a degree in Multimedia Computing but then went on to study for my Masters degree in Computer Science. I went into teaching straight from university and have just completed my fourth year. I have recently been promoted to the He…... »
Formerly Director of IT at Queen Elizabeth School, Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria. Retired Aug 2018. CAS Board member from inception to Nov 2017. Previously edited the CAS termly magazine, SwitchedOn (now superseded by Hello World). Worked in printing and …... »
I am Lead Practitioner of Computing at Aldersley High School in Wolverhampton. I have a leading role in improving the standards of teaching and learning of computing within its trust of schools.
Before working at Aldersley, I was a Senior Lecturer i…... »
I teach Computing and iMedia at Fulford School in York. I got involved with CAS because I really like the mentality of teachers supporting each other and sharing resources. I’m geeky enough to enjoy programming but think that computing lessons should…... »
I am Head of Computer Science and ICT at Burford School. Formerly a teacher of mathematics, up to A level. I have a Maths & Computer Science degree (25 years ago!) and have kept up to date by reading. Since 2006 I have found ways to keep computer s…... »