Good afternoon. So, I'm a maths specialist, still teaching Maths, but have been asked to add an option subject as well. Gave a list of subjects that contributed to progress 8 and Computer Science - which I studied at A-Level 15 years ago - came out on top. I'm looking to get a bit of a head-start and get my head round the curriculum and identify anything that I'm not fluent in at the moment and work at it over the weekends. Also, I'd like to get a quality body of existing lessons and schemes that I can adapt for my own students. Now I know in the world of Maths, there are a number of websites that collect/review high-quality resources (e.g. resourceaholic.com), and I'm wondering if something similar exists for Computer Science? From my Google-Fu, I came across computerscienceuk.com which charges £99 per year for lesson plans/workbooks - if that is any good, I'll happily 'have a word' with the head here to allocate some funds, but I don't necessarily have the syllabus expertise to assess its usefulness. I realise that the syllabus is still in its (relative) infancy, but are there any sites/blogs that you can particularly recommend for collaborators/resources/discussing best-practice? Any other tips, people to follow on Twitter, sites or pleas not to do it will be taken kindly. Thanks for reading.