Emma is Assistant Principal of Academics at Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre, Gloucestershire. She is committed as an educator to the development of Computer Science education in schools. Emma has been leading and teaching Computer Science at the school since 2002, she is also the schools lead on the Cyber School Hub project.
Teacher Emma Williams, Wyedean school’s Assistant Principal Academic, has seen female pupils embrace technology through computer projects that have included creative use of the BBC micro:bit. She explains why this has resulted in an impressive increase in the number of female pupils choosing GCSE computer science and considering tech as a future career.