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Computing and cake

The University of Southampton is proud to be the hub of CAS (Computing at Schools) Hampshire – a regular meet up by teachers interested in sharing tips and tricks for teaching Computer Science subjects at school. 

Nicknamed ‘computing and cake’, these informal and useful sessions are hosted at the University of Southampton twice a term. Teachers bring in hints and tips for teaching computer science, share challenges and explore how to encourage more young people to take STEM subjects at college and degree level. This is also your chance to meet with experts in the field of computer science and visit the University of Southampton’s computer science facilities. Cake, coffee and the space are provided free – we would be delighted if you could join us!

We have also hosted a hugely popular CAS Hampshire conference, where over 300 teachers attended. It would be great to see you at our next one.

Visit CAS Hampshire to find our when our next event are and please get in touch if you are interested in either of the above opportunities.

Visits to your school

We are very excited to be invited to school and college open days and career events. With a bit of notice we will come equipped with freebies, leaflets and lots of information about careers and our courses.

We can also come to your school or college to share our research into new technologies and show that there is more to electronics and computer science than meets the eye. Let us know if you are looking for a specific theme or subject for your talk and we will aim to find one of our experts to meet your needs.

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