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Welcome to the Suffolk Computer Hub

Your one-stop shop for everything computing

As part of the National Centre for Computing Education, the Suffolk Computing Hub, provides local, tailored support to all computing teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools. The Teach Computing Hubs combine local expertise in teaching and learning in computer science, facilitating CPD, and providing school-to-school support. Working with our partnership schools and BT we can support Suffolk schools with face to face support, bespoke training, computing curriculum review and more. Please contact us for more information This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our Computing Subject Matter Experts (SME) can also offer FREE support to develop your computing curriculum.

Your Suffolk primary Subject Matter Experts is:

Nick Templeton - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Your Suffolk secondary SMEs are:

Carmine DeGrandis – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jaspal Singh – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

National Centre for Computing Excellence

The National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) is a virtual organisation, funded by the Department for Education, and has been established to ensure that every child in every school in England can have a world-leading computing education. By bringing together the best expertise in computing education the NCCE provides wide-ranging support and opportunities for teachers of computing at all stages of their careers. A one-stop shop for computing education, offering: leadership; expertise; evidence-based interventions; high quality face-to-face and online CPD opportunities; free, quality-assured and curriculum-linked resources; and a nationwide network of Communities of Practice to enable teachers to collaborate with their peers. The National Centre for Computing Education is run by a consortium, made up of STEM Learning, the Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. www.teachcomputing.org

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Primary School Courses


Secondary School Courses

Course Costs

Primary Schools

Fees and Bursaries

The fee for each course is £65 per full course.

Bursaries of £220* are available for each state funded school to support extra costs related to attending courses. If your school has received the bursary in the last academic year, this will be reset from 1 September 2021.

Bursaries are only available for courses that begin during the day (before 2:30pm).

*One bursary per school each academic year For more information about fees and bursaries, please see: teachcomputing.org/bursary

Secondary Schools

Fees and Bursaries

The fee for each course is £65 per full course.

Computer Science Accelerator Programme

Each course within the Computer Science Accelerator programme is free to attend once the participant is signed up to the programme.

Bursaries of £220* are available for each state funded school to support extra costs related to attending these courses, however these are only available for courses that begin during the day (before 2:30pm).

*One bursary per course (up to 4 courses as part of the programme)

Once the participant has completed the Computer Science Accelerator test, they will also be able to claim the additional bursary for having completed the bursary. For more information about fees and bursaries, please see: teachcomputing.org/bursary 

STEM East

Our aim is to provide you with regular updates about STEM activities and STEM related CPD courses in your area. We hope we can help you enhance your teaching and offer you even more opportunities to engage and inspire our young people in STEM. Our newsletter is a collaborative venture, we are working together with various organisations across the East Anglian region to bring you up to date STEM information which we hope you will find interesting. If you have any STEM activities that you would like us to include for future editions then please email them to us and we will advertise them for you. If you require further details about any of the events and courses advertised then please get in touch: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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