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ICT for Education Seminar at Queen Mary University, London.

Regional IT Conferences for Education Professionals

ICT for Education’s regional seminar programme visits Queen Mary University, and will be held on 23rd April 2024 at 327 Mile End Rd, Bethnal Green, London E1 4NS.

ICT for Education seminars are for Computing teachers and school leaders at primary, secondary and FE level.

ICT for Education seminars look to foster cooperation and coordination among Computer science teachers and to develop a community with a common goal, focus, and direction on the provision of a computer science education that is inclusive and fit for purpose. Expert speakers address the issues and challenges facing the teaching of Computing / Computer Science in UK schools.

Why is Computer Science not on a par with Maths and English? How do we make Computing a must take subject, of interest and relevance to all? How can schools provide a computer science curriculum that is well taught, well resourced, has a high take up across the student population and provides a pathway to exciting career opportunities?

Join dedicated colleagues and peers at an ICT for Education seminar and be part of a community with the common goal on the provision of a computer science education that is fit for purpose. You are not alone!

The seminar runs from 15.30 to 19.00. Attendance is FREE for all delegates.

Sponsored by

This event focusses on “Empowering a new era of learning” and is sponsored by Asus

Hear keynote presentations, meet experts, network with peers, solve practical problems and discover new resources.

Delegate places are free but restricted to a maximum of 50, please use the above tab to register. Pick up your conference badge(s) from the registration desk on the day. If you would like to bring colleagues, please ensure they register.

We look forward to meeting you!

ICT for Education Seminar.  Queen Mary University, London : 23rd April 2024

Event Timing

15:30 – Registration opens and networking starts.

16.15: (Move to seating area)

16:20-16.30: Intro from ICTfE: Rules of the road & sponsor introduction:

16.30-16:50 Session 1: “Delivering a compelling computing curriculum” – Key Speaker: Tig Williams. CAS Master Teacher, teacher trainer and IT professional.

16:50- 17:10 – Sponsor talk & Product Review Live from Robert Throup – End User Account Manager with ASUS.

17:10 – 17:40 – Comfort Break and networking, sponsor stand visits

17:40-18.00 Session 2: “Computer Science for fun. Teaching computing without the computer”Key Speaker: Prof. Paul Curzon. Professor of Computer Science Queen Mary University.

18.00-18.20 Session 3: “What can AI do for me as a teacher.”Key Speaker: Professor Miles Berry. Professor of Computing Education at the University of Roehampton.

18:20-18:30 – Summary and Final Address

18:30 – 19:00 – sponsor stand visits and additional networking.

19.00 End.


Our speakers represent primary schools, secondary schools, FE and organisations that seek to help those in education tackle situations faced every day in UK schools.

Most are or have been teachers themselves and understand the real-world concerns and issues faced in schools.

We encourage delegates to meet and speak with our speakers on an informal basis. Networking is a key part of our events.

If you are interested in speaking at an ICT for Education event we would like to hear from you! Please contact us via or call us on 01983 812305

Our sponsors

Our Queen Mary University, London seminar is sponsored by ASUS.

Please take the time to engage with them.

ASUS – End User Account Manager
Professor of Computer Science in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London.
Computing Education, University of Roehampton
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QMUL’s Geography Building, Room 2.26 – off Mile End Road, nearest tube is Stepney Green station. The Geography Building is marked 26 on the map below, circled yellow. One route from Mile End Road is shown in bright green. Bus stops D and E are served by the 25 and 205 buses. D is heading to Mile End / Bow / Ilford, E is heading to Stepney Green and the City.

We recommend using What3Words which provides a precise location for the Geography Building, please use this link.

Detailed Directions to the ICT for Education event by clicking this link.


Transport Links:

The nearest stations to use are Mile End station which has links on the central line, District, Hammersmith and City lines, which is a 5–10 minute walk from campus or alternatively there is Stepney Green station which is also a 5-10 minute walk in the opposite direction which runs the district and Hammersmith and city lines.

Detailed Directions to the ICT for Education event by clicking this link.


327 Mile End Rd,
Bethnal Green,
E1 4NS

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