Computing Hubs are led by schools and colleges across England with an exceptional track record in teaching computing.

They deliver face-to-face courses and provide local support for teachers in primary and secondary schools in their area.


What the NCCE aims to achieve:

  • Support and improve the provision of computing education in England across all key stages.
  • Increase participation and attainment levels of pupils studying computer science at GCSE and A level.
  • Increase teacher confidence in teaching the computing curriculum.
  • Increase take up of computer science amongst girls and in disadvantaged areas, improving the diversity of all young people studying computing.
  • Improve social mobility.
  • Improve economic growth from a more highly skilled workforce.
  • Support is available for primary and secondary computing teachers including teaching, resources and continuing professional development (CPD) activities.

Three Computing Hubs have been designated within our region;


Please click here to find more information about the courses, venues and bursaries available to schools.