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5 Computer Science Books for KS3

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This article showcases our top picks for the ‘Computer Science Ks3 Books’. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.


The Self-Taught Programmer by Cory Althoff

This product was recommended by Anzhela Vonarkh from The Word Point

This book is certainly not intended for experienced programmers but is written and organized well for those new to the subject. It offers a good primer on python and basic programming fundamentals. Topics range from the basics about primitives to lightly touching a variety of things on algorithms, design, testing, and eventually team coding. If you’re looking for a book you can skim through to pick up miniature lessons on important subjects, this is it. Take notes, learn everything you can from the book, and then move on to areas you felt like you were weak with.


Compute-IT by Mark Dorling

This product was recommended by Ali Rizvi from Dream Superhero

Compute-IT will help you deliver innovative lessons for the new Key Stage 3 Computing curriculum with confidence.


Compute-IT: Student’s Book 2 by Mark Dorling

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

The first recommendation would Compute-IT by Mark Dorling will help you deliver innovative lessons for the new Key Stage 3 Computing curriculum with confidence, using resources, and meaningful assessment produced by expert educators.


Ks3 Science by R. Parsons

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Ks3 Science by R. Parson is full of clear revision notes, detailed diagrams, and practice questions for KS3 Science. It covers all the major topics for Life Processes and Living Things, Materials and Their Properties and Physical Processes, and it’s packed with useful tips for doing well in exams.


Teaching Computing by Carl Simmons

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Teaching Computing (Developing as a Reflective Secondary Teacher) by Carl Simmons focus on the theory and practice that supports high-quality teaching, this textbook provides pragmatic guidance on how to plan, teach, manage and assess computer science teaching.

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