SCD Becomes National Computing Hub
St Clement Danes School is delighted to announce that it has been successful in its bid to become one of the first of 23 National Computing Hubs. We will be working in partnership with STEM Learning, Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, to deliver an innovative and research-based CPDL offer which seeks to ensure the National Centre for Computing Education's vision that every child in every school in England is in receipt of a world-leading computing education.
Already Lead School for the exceptionally successful South Central Science Learning Partnership, led by Mandy Quinton, the Herts and Bucks Challenge Partners’ Hub and the Herts and Bucks Teaching School Alliance, St Clement Danes School is committed to a system leadership which seeks to capitalise upon the very best of collaborative working to maximise attainment, achievement and, ultimately, life chances for all.
We look forward to working closely with our colleagues at Sandringham School, Newstead Wood School, Langley Grammar School and our Regional Network Lead, Shelley Hancock, to ensure, in the words of Simon Peyton Jones, high quality computing provision is ‘a vibrant reality in every classroom’.
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