Peter Marshman is a Head of Computer Science and Advanced Skills Teacher at Park House School in Newbury. He is known for his work as a Computing At School (CAS/DfE) Master Teacher, delivering creative and innovative Computer Science lessons and experiences to young people and developing self-efficacy of girls. He provides CPD for primary and secondary teachers across the UK and Europe as well as post-graduate students.
Peter’s creative Computer Science content has been captured by the BBC both on Panorama and the Cracking the Code series and has been included in initiatives such as Quickstart Computing and the Compute-IT publications.
His current work centres on providing outdoor learning and developing performance and active movement techniques to advance computational thinking in young people.