Further reading

SEND and Computing by Miles Berry

Hello World Magazine:

Issue 13: Supporting Students with SEND in Home Learning

Issue 12: The Inclusive Classroom - column on inclusive design

Issue 11 is an Inclusion and Diversity special – lots of useful articles.

Issue 7: Overview of the Computing in SEND report findings

Issue 6: Therapeutic Benefits of Digital Making

Issue 5: Coding for the Visually Impaired / Supporting SEN Children using Tangible Coding

The Changing Role of Women in Computing - Katharine Childs shares some of her book recommendations that delve deeper into the history of gender balance in computing

Delivering a Culturally Relevant Currciulum - a guide for teachers from the Raspberry Pi Foundation

Gender, Computing and Identity - Dr. Matthew Holt explores the relationship between gender identity and Computing Education in schools

How to use behavioural science to help girsl engage with computing

Excellent teaching benefits all students, and using a variety of pedaogogies can help to engage and include a diverse range of learners. read more about effective pedagogies for teaching Computing here:


Role models from diverse backgrounds help to inspire young people into computer science careers. With this in mind we created a poster for your classrooms. You can download a copy from the CAS resources page. You can also find out more information about promoting careers in computing at https://teachcomputing.org/careers.