Welcome to the
Teach Computing Bucks and Oxon Hub

The Teach Computing Bucks and Oxon hub is part of a national network of 40 hubs set up in 2019 as part of a significant investment by the Department for Education to improve the provision of computing education in England. Run by a consortium made up of STEM Learning, the Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, the vision for NCCE (National Centre for Computing Education) is to achieve a world-leading computing education for every child in England.

St Clement Danes school was granted Teach Computing Hub status and the area covering Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire for both primary and secondary schools. The hub is run by three practising teachers who together have vast experience in both Computing and Science education and teaching.

Since 2019 we have been successfully running fully-funded training courses both face to face and remotely and offering generous bursaries for those who have attended. For more information on bursaries please see https://teachcomputing.org/bursary

We have also been engaging school via teach meets and linking into the existing CAS communities (Computing at schools) to ensure that teachers of computer science have fantastic (and nationally standardised) training as well as sets of resources and direct and immediate links to fellow teachers local to them for that on-going support.

Teach Computing Bucks and Oxon hub is the go-to place locally for support and training in all aspects of computing.

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.

This includes:-

  • Fully funded training courses both remote and face to face including our CSA (Computer Science Accelerator) programme worth up to £1800

  • Free of Charge School Needs Analysis with our expert SME (Subject Matter Experts)

  • Computing certifications in both Primary and Secondary

  • Expert school to school computing support and consultancy via our team or via the wider NCCE network of computing education specialists

  • Free to attend local computing events and showcases

  • Generous bursaries

  • Loan of Physical Computing Kits (Crumble Controllers, Micro:bits and Raspberry Pi Pico

Mandy Quinton: Hub Lead
To take advantage of our offer you need to make contact with us at
teachcomputing@stclementdanes.herts.sch.uk and register today
for your account at
Teach Computing

See our Events Here:

Primary Computing Spring 2022


Primary Computing courses spring 2022 final.pdf

Secondary Computing Spring 2022

Secondary Computing courses spring 2022 final.pdf

Click here to view the Local CAS events

For a general enquiries about any of our three Science and Computing hubs, email hubs@stclementdanes.herts.sch.uk