The computing curriculum teaches pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to solve problems. They will learn the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work and how to create programs and systems of their own. As a result, our pupils will become responsible, competent, confident and creative users of information and communication technology.
|Year 7||Year 8|
GCSE Computer Science (Year 11 pupils only)
|Paper One||Paper Two|
Pupils develop skills and understanding in computational thinking including:
Cambridge National Level 1/2 in Creative iMedia
This course will assess the application of creative media skills through their practical use. It will encourage independence, creativity and awareness of the digital media sector as well as providing links across the whole curriculum.
|Year 9 – 11|
Internal assessments take place every half-term.
GCSE Computer Science: OCR
KS4 Exam Board Specification: Cambridge National Media Certificate in Creative iMedia
The Department offers subject-specific enrichment clubs and organises a range of educational visits throughout the year. Pupils are able to take part in school-wide competitions, as well as representing the Academy in local and national competitions designed to increase their engagement and enhance their subject knowledge. Intervention sessions to consolidate prior learning and ensure maximum progress are at the heart of our delivery model.
Useful Resources and Revision Support