CAS Regional Meeting for London

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King's College London

Just off the Strand, Chapters and Nash Lecture Theatre

2nd floor, Strand Campus



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CAS Regional Meeting for London

Friday July 10th, 4:30 - 7:00 pm

Chapters, King's College London, Stamford Street, London SE1 8WA

Are you teaching Computing in London? (Early Years, Primary, Secondary or Further Education). Are you a CAS Master Teacher, CAS Hub Leader or involved in CAS through your university? Are you involved with promoting Computing education in London?

Come and join us on 10th July at a meeting of all those who are working towards promoting Computing education in London schools. The meeting will be an opportunity to engage with others with the same goals and find out what support there is for Computing teachers in London. Come and share with us what you are doing!

Queen Mary University of London (Teaching London Computing) and King's College London are working together with Computing At School to support teachers in London and work collaboratively with all others with the same goals.

In this meeting we will be inviting you (if you wish to) to contribute a short presentation on the work that you are doing in the area of Computing in schools so that we can best enable collaboration and support for teachers.

Refreshments will be available.


4:30 Networking tasks & refreshments - Chapters

5:30 Keynote speaker: Simon Humphreys - Nash Lecture Theatre

5:45 Contributed presentations: what's happening in London? -Nash Lecture Theatre

6:30 Working together: tasks - Chapters

7:00 Finish - more refreshments and networking

Do come along if you want to get involved/are involved with CAS in London!

Meeting organisers:

Paul Curzon
William Marsh
Jane Waite
Trevor Bragg
Sue Sentance

For more information contact Jane ( or Trevor (

About Computing At School:

The mission of Computing At School is to provide leadership and strategic guidance to all those involved in Computing education in schools, with a significant but not exclusive focus on the Computer Science theme within the wider Computing curriculum. Excellence in the teaching of Computing can only be made by teachers through the way they deliver the skills, knowledge, understanding and attitudes associated with the curriculum. Through the participation of the wider community we seek to support and empower each other in an inclusive and self-sustaining body so that each child has the opportunity of an outstanding computer science education. CAS achieves this by supporting and promoting all those individuals, partner organisations, companies, and university departments who wish to run CAS regional hubs, put on CPD courses, generate teaching resources etc. that support the Computing curriculum.