Tag Archives: computer science

Everything you wanted to know about Computing in Schools but were afraid to ask…

Chris reports from the Computing in Schools Delivery Group’s “One Year On” event at the Royal Society.

This is a summary of all the information he gathered there – it’s perhaps not for the general interest, but if you’re an individual or firm interested in getting involved in computing education, it could be invaluable. –– Chris On Tuesday 20th November I attended an event organised jointly by the Royal Society and the

The Shadbolt Review is out

Sir Nigel Shadbolt has led an independent review of computer science degree accreditation and graduate employability.

Last week saw the publication of the Shadbolt Review – an independent review commissioned by the UK Government, and led by Sir Nigel Shadbolt, to look at how computer science degrees are accredited and how the system can better support the skills requirements of employers. The full report is available at the UK Gov website.