Curriculum Hubs: find out more about... Norfolk Computing Hub
First in an occasional series shining a light on our local curriculum hubs.
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 school-to-school support.
Who are we?
The Norfolk Computing Hub is based at Dereham Neatherd High School and facilitates ongoing CPD and bespoke support.
What we offer
We provide high-quality support for the teaching of computing in schools and colleges, from Key Stage 1 through to A level. Our extensive range of training, resources and support covers elements of the curriculum at every Key Stage, catering for all levels of subject knowledge and experience.
How we can support you
Whether you’re a teacher, employer or resource provider, there are plenty of ways you can engage with us. There are training pathways to support teachers, trainee teachers, supply and support staff which are certificated and many of the courses come with generous bursaries.
In addition to CPD there are comprehensive and high quality teaching resources available for Key Stage 1 to 4 including complete GCSE coverage. For Key Stage 5 there is support (including CPD) and resources from Isaac Computer Science.