Introduction to ICT & computing

The goal of the ICT department is to engender a love of technology and give students the skills they need to explore, understand and use new and emerging technologies. Through our curriculum our students learn a wide range of ICT techniques that will help them both at school and in the workplace and further education. Students are introduced to skills which include research, programming, game making, web development, graphics, animation, podcasting and office applications. The focus throughout lessons is on using ICT as a tool to solve problems. Students are encouraged to work independently and gain confidence in their abilities and in how to find help when they need it.

Overview KS3

ICT and Computing in Year 7.

ICT and Computing in Year 8.

ICT and Computing in Year 9.
  

KS4 - GCSE ICT/Business Communication Systems (BCS)/Cambridge Nationals

GCSE ICT

GCSE ICT - Why choose ICT and what does the course consist of for GCSE ICT.

GCSE ICT - revision questions.

GCSE ICT - selection of 6 mark questions.

Business Communication Systems (BCS)

BCS - AQA exam  board specification.

BCS - Why choose BCS and what does the course consist of for GCSE BCS.

BCS - 32 theory questions.

BCS - Controlled assessment June 2013.

OCR Cambridge Nationals

OCR - Why choose OCR Cambridge Nationals and what does the course consist of for GCSE OCR.

OCR - Exam board specification.

OCR - Exemplar work R005 interactive product.

For the A Level ICT here.

For the Level 3 Cambridge Technicals here.

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Notices

End of term Friday 21st July at 1.35pm - contracted buses will come in early - public buses will follow their normal timetable.

Students are back in the UK and making their way back to the school - they will contact parents with a pick-up time.

Paris Itinerary - July 17

Barcelona Itinerary - July 17

New School Day Timing - September 2017

Wiggles Nursery Newsletter - May 2017

New School Funding Letter June 17