Welcome to Cambridge GCSE
Computing Online


 To give you a head start this term, we’re adding a 
 GCSE Computer Science Getting Started MOOC!


From September, we’ll be updating the Cambridge Computing MOOC by giving it a new look as well as introducing the GCSE Computer Science for OCR Getting Started MOOC, which will be available to all users. It’s a great way to introduce the content studied through the GCSE course. As a teacher, you can also use it to help prepare your students before their next lesson. 

Don’t worry, if you’re still using the OCR Computing MOOC, it will still be available to use and won’t lose any great content. 

This MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has been created by the Cambridge-based partnership of exam board OCR, Cambridge University Press (CUP) and the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The course is based on OCR’s GCSE Computing curriculum and gives participants an excellent opportunity to investigate how computers work, how they are used, and to develop computer programming and problem-solving skills. The course has been designed for 14-16 year olds; but is free and open to all, and can be used either as a course or a resource to support teachers.


The course is running now; it has no start or end date.

Once you have registered you can access the course by clicking on Course in the main navigation bar. 

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We would love to get feedback from you about the resources and the MOOC - what works for you and what we need to work on.

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