Broadland High School has once again been listed as a Lead School in the Computing At School Network of Excellence for Computer Science Teaching.
Computing At School, founded by the University of Kent, is supported and endorsed by the BCS Academy of Computing, Microsoft, Google, Ensoft, BT and the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It is a national network, designed to support education providers ranging from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5 in the planning and delivery of Computer Science.
As a Lead School the Computing department becomes a beacon school for other schools and education providers within a 25 mile radius. Establishments within this area can contact the Head of Computing, Tom Rayfield, for advice, support and guidance in the Computing field.