Our vision

For every child in every school in England to have a world-leading computing education.

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We’re here to help

The UK tech sector has grown by over 40% in the last two years but the number of young people studying computer science has only gone up by 2%.

Every young person is growing up in a world where they need to be able to understand and engage with computing, whatever their ambitions and career destinations. Education leaders at all levels are focused on ensuring that all young people get the education and opportunities they need and deserve.

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What we offer

Computing Quality Framework

Schools and MATS
  • Accredited framework to identify strengths and weaknesses in your computing curriculum
  • Gain feedback and suggested actions
  • Achieve the Computing Mark
Visit Computing Quality Framework

Teach Computing

Primary and secondary teachers (KS 1 to 4)
  • Explore courses and accreditation
  • Access funding for supply cover
  • Download free curriculum resources
Visit Teach Computing

Isaac Computer Science

Students and teachers (KS 4 to 5)
  • Browse high-quality homework and revision content
  • Access our free online learning platform
  • Explore materials for use in the classroom
Visit Isaac Computer Science

Work in partnership

Businesses and partners
  • Discover opportunities to work with us
  • Find out more about contributing
  • Become an advocate or volunteer
Work with us
“We’re asking school leaders to do something remarkable - to embrace an ambitious new vision for computing as a school subject. The NCCE has the programmes to enable every school to deliver that vision. Together, we can inspire young people with the joy and beauty of computing, and equip them for the careers of the future.”

Simon Peyton Jones

Non-executive Chair, NCCE

“We are very proud of our computing curriculum and the teaching and learning we see in our school in this subject. We are determined to support other schools to develop as well. We think the Computing Quality Framework is a vital tool for helping us to judge the quality of our provision and to support further improvements.”

Polly Lankester

Headteacher, Saffron Walden County High School

"Since working with the NCCE, our computing curriculum has grown and developed enormously due to the Teach Computing resources, which have enabled us to create our bespoke curriculum. The training we have received from the NCCE has given our teachers the skills and confidence to successfully deliver the units of work in the curriculum."

Paula Candish

Assistant Headteacher - Curriculum Lead, Kingsfield Primary School