Whether you are looking for materials to teach the new computing curriculum, introduce inspiring career paths related to physics or maths, here are some super resources for the classroom and beyond.
Code Club is a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. They create projects that teach children how to program by showing them how to make computer games, animations and websites. Volunteers go to their local club for an hour a week and teach one project a week
The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer
monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a registered educational charity to advance the education of adults and children, particularly in the field of computers, computer science and related subjects.
LinkedIn Education helps your students find what jobs their education can lead them to by the very people who have chosen that subject and helps them make informed decisions about their university choices.
Apps for Good is an open-source technology education movement that partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver courses to young people aged 10-18. They provide the course content, training and connections to expert volunteers, and then let teachers do what they are best at – inspiring and guiding young people.
This free course provided by Future Learn has been designed and developed by experts from The Careers Service at The University of Sheffield to help you to succeed at interviews. Because being offered an interview can be quite daunting, they've put together a set of materials to help you prepare and be successful on the day.