About the BCS

BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT recognised many years ago the need to ensure a high quality teaching experience for young people, but also recognised that there was often little in the way of support for computing teachers in schools. That’s why it established the Computing At School (CAS) network in 2008.

CAS is a free to access peer-to-peer on-line support network. As well as providing access to more than 6,500 free, relevant teaching resources, teachers are able to share experiences and ask for help, guidance and advice. This all helps our aim of making sure that CAS is at the forefront of providing thought leadership to the CAS Community and beyond so that CAS continues to be the principal point of contact for teachers of computing and computing science.