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I’m Holly Billinghurst, a Computer Science specialist teacher, tutor, and author. In 2017, I founded  TeachAllAboutIt Tuition with a focus on creating accessible Computing education for all. In 2019, I left the traditional classroom entirely to focus full time of tuition and writing.

Since 2017, I have created online courses for KS3, iGCSE, and A Level Computer Science for distance learners, written Computing content for BBC Bitesize, published my Visual Notes for GCSE Computer Science, and most recently self-published 150 Practice Questions for Cambridge iGCSE Computer Science.  

When our world was turn upside down in 2020, I was able to use my understanding of online education to support local businesses writing for the MNC network, fellow educators through online webinars and articles for Computing@School.

As a tutor, I support learners 1-2-1 and in groups online, including remote classroom teaching. This is in combination with over 200 hours of recorded lesson content for Computer Science, iMedia, and Games Design accessed by home educated learners around the world.

Through my work within the Computing Education community, I have been involved in several projects to enhance the availability of excellent teaching resources, most recently including QA and authoring content for the British Computer Society’s Digital T-Level programme.

My passion for online learning has been cemented by completing a further Post Graduate Certificate in Online Education through the Open University which I am now converting to a Masters Degree in Online Teaching, leading to a post graduate research degree while I teach on the OU undergraduate program. 

A full listing of all my digital courses is available on the Online Courses page, but a selection of my most recent courses are below.

150 Practice Questions for Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science

Published August 2023

A little and often approach to revision is always better than cramming, and with 30 weeks of revision questions, this book will guide you through the whole of theory topics 1 – 4 and foundation programming questions for the Cambridge iGCSE Computer Science specification.

These questions have been created to support the TeachAllAboutIt iGCSE Computer Science distance learning courses and this book is designed to follow the year 1 syllabus. 

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Complete Revision Visual Notes For OCR

Updated September 2020

Want to colour in your way to a successful GCSE? This interactive revision guide is the perfect way to achieve structured and easy to access revision notes for Grade 9-1 OCR GCSE Computer Science. Instead of relying on someone else to write the notes for you, visual notes draw on years of educational research that show students who write their own notes progress faster, retain more information, and feel less stressed during revision than those that simply read a revision guide.

Editions also available for AQA GCE and Cambridge iGCSE.

Computer Science - OCR GCSE Notes

Teach All About It: 100 Down-To-Earth Tips For Making The Most Out Of Your Classroom

Published 2018

Named after her successful teaching & tutoring website and based on her twitter series #TeacherTips, Teach All About IT isn’t just another teaching self-help book, but a manual for lighting the fire in your belly and comes with a set of downloadable resources accessed through embedded links throughout the book making this your practical classroom toolkit throughout the academic year.

Features include: Teacher tips, downloadable resources, psychology links, and workload reduction tips

Java For GCSE

Written in 2012 to accompany the first iteration of GCSE Computing, Java For GCSE was a guide to the programming techniques commonly used for practical and theory tasks at GCSE or beginners who are daunted by some of the more traditional style programming books.

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