Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in computing lessons with secondary school children at Key Stage 3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and at 3rd and 4th level in Scotland.
How to think like a computer
Explore the principles of computing and computational thinking in these short films for secondary schools.
A series of short films looking at the true story of Breck Bednar, a 14-year-old boy who was lured to his death after being groomed online.
Coding: The Future is Creative
In this series of short films for secondary schools, web developer Chloe Watts meets five of the UK's most creative coders, working in music, art, gaming and fashion.
The Royal Institute Christmas Lectures 2014
Professor Danielle George reveals the amazing technology behind the gadgets we take for granted and shows how they can be hacked and adapted to do amazing things.
Are gaming jobs just for coders?
BBC Radio 1's Dan and Phil explore the range of career opportunities available in the gaming industry.
Alan Turing: Creator of modern computing
A timeline of the great achievements and extraordinary private life of British mathematician Alan Turing.
Is code the language that really runs the world?
Computers have changed our world beyond recognition. In this interactive article Lauren Laverne uncovers the language they have used to do this – computer code.
Doctor Who and the micro:bit - Live Lesson
The micro:bit is put to the test at the controls of the TARDIS in this lesson for 11-13-year-olds in collaboration with Doctor Who.
micro:bit: Mission to Mars - Live Lesson
Investigate how computer science can be used to aid man's exploration of space in this lesson for 11-13-year-olds.