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Teach Primary Computing

The NCCE website contains the essential toolkit for primary computing teachers including training and enrichment to help you teach and lead the computing curriculum and improve learning across your school. 

Gain your primary certificate - Our nationally recognised qualification will support you to demonstrate your commitment to developing your own practice and to computing as a school subject. The professional development programme has been designed to guide primary teachers through to a nationally recognised certificate. Choose the correct pathway to help you advance your knowledge and experience of teaching primary computing. 

Specialising or Leading

Are you taking on a subject leadership role or looking to specialise in computing? This pathway will support you to build the confidence and expertise to lead computing effectively in your primary school.

Developing in the classroom

Are you a classroom teacher who wants to strengthen your knowledge of primary computing and develop your teaching of the subject? This pathway will help you to develop the understanding and skills to teach computing effectively.

Our free resources provide everything you need to teach computing at Key Stage 1 and 2. They include curriculum maps, lesson plans, slides, assessments and activities. Simply browse by Key Stage, download and then adapt it to meet your learners' needs.  

Browse the full list of courses our Hub are running on the National Centre for Computing Education website and bookmark our primary brochure. 

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