Norfolk, Suffolk and Colchester Computing Hub
Achieving a world-leading computing education for every child in England through direct school support, high quality subsidised CPD, the Teach Computing Scheme of Work for KS1-4 and Isaac Computer Science for GCSE and KS5 across Norfolk, Suffolk and in Colchester.
Contact us to find out how we can support you.
What is a Computing Hub?
Computing Hubs provide local, responsive and appropriately tailored support available to all computing teachers in state primary and secondary schools and colleges in their area, collectively providing national coverage. The Computing Hubs combine local expertise in teaching and learning in computer science, facilitating CPD, and providing direct school support. Support is also available to fee-paying schools, contact us for more information.
Who Are We?
Meet the team – Adam Gibson, Tracy Chamberlain, Carmine de Grandis and Nick Templeton.
Work with us and play a vital role in raising the profile of computing education with businesses, school and college leaders, teachers, parents and young people.
Over 500 hours of free curriculum resources to help you teach computing at Key Stages 1 to 4.
The NCCE offer financial support to state-funded schools and colleges across England.
Subject Knowledge and Pedagogy (SPK) Certificates
The NCCE’s nationally recognised certificates will equip you with the subject knowledge and confidence to successfully teach computing. Discover the range of professional development courses, designed to help you teach computing from Key Stages 1 to 4.
NCCE’s professional development programme, Computer Science Accelerator or Subject Knowledge Certificate, is designed to help you develop or refresh your subject knowledge. The programme is suitable for current or aspiring teachers of GCSE computer science, and offers support to teachers from all backgrounds.
This professional development programme is designed to enhance how you teach secondary computing, and to give you confidence to apply those skills in the classroom. Suitable for teachers who have complete the CS Accelerator and have the required subject knowledge to advance their secondary computing teaching.