Code a vibrant dance party while exploring AI concepts with top artists like Miley Cyrus, BTS, and more. Unleash your creativity during Computer Science Education Week! Students will be able to code their virtual dancer’s choreography and use emojis as AI prompts to generate animated backgrounds. This is a brilliantRead More →

Ada Computer Science is a free online platform for upper secondary school teachers and students. Developed with the University of Cambridge, it offers computing education resources for the classroom, homework and revision. Ada Computer Science is a comprehensive online platform designed to support computer science education in secondary schools. WhetherRead More →

An opportunity for students to run their own code in space is now open with the European Astro Pi Challenge. There are two different challenges that students can take part in: Mission Zero – suitable for beginners and primary school students Send a personalised image to the astronauts on theRead More →

Free resources for the Computing Curriculum are available from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to support primary and secondary school teachers. These exceptional resources will help you to deliver all aspects of the curriculum. Each unit consists of lesson plans, slides, activity sheets, homework andRead More →

Download our free guide to using QR Codes in the classroom and discover the numerous benefits they can bring. QR codes, those small square patterns of dots and lines, are a fantastic tool for teachers to make learning more interactive, engaging, and accessible. They can: QR codes are a versatileRead More →

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What is artificial intelligence (AI) all about and why does it matter? There are so many answers to this question and so many ways in which AI is changing the ways we live, work and learn. Code.org have produced a series of videos, curriculum support and CPD to support teachersRead More →

How handy are these Scratch 3.0 blocks that are both editable and printable? Many teachers use Scratch 3.0 to program interactive stories, games and animations and it is a brilliant tool to help young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively, all of which are essential skillsRead More →