- Progressive learning
- Encouraging exploration
- Regular feedback
Welcome to ICT and Computing.Our outstanding department aims to ensure students are confident, creative and productive users of computers and software. Our three dedicated air conditioned computer suites are complimented by our incredible ICT Studio. Combined with access to a comprehensive range of applications we integrate digital literacy, computing and ICT to ensure our students have an engaging ICT education to prepare them for the 21st Century. At the heart of our learning strategy is an enjoyable and practically focused curriculum.
"We have fantastic facilities and engaging units of work to challenge all our students to achieve. Our focused curriculum ensure each unit of work builds on a core body of skills and understanding of ICT."Josh Wright - Head of ICT
Key Stage 3
We offer opportunities for our students to explore a wide, varied range of applications to ensure they develop solid foundations to their digital literacy, ICT and computing skills and knowledge.
At the heart of our learning strategy is an enjoyable and practically focused curriculum, encouraging exploration and experimentation in a supportive learning environment.
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Key Stage 4
L2 Cambridge Nationals in ICT (New for year 10 in 2012)
This qualification offers an engaging, practical and inspiring approach to learning and assessment. With two compulsory units covering computers systems and business skills this qualification fully implements the wolf review to provide an industry relevant course that suits a broad range of learning styles.
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Key Stage 5
L3 Cambridge Technicals in IT (New for year 12 in 2012)
This new generation of vocational qualification offers an exciting, inspiring and challenging qualification create to develop transferable skills that are essential in the work place of for further study.
A Level Computer Science
This course introduces students to the world of Computer Science where they will explorer the inner workings of the machine and the principles on which all modern computers are designed. This course is the ideal choice for students considering a career in the IT sector or further study at degree level.
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