ICT (Information and Creative Technology) and Computing are two disciplines that involve the use of computers in modern society. ICT focuses on the use of programs and how software solutions are developed and deployed in business. Computing investigates how the programs we use are created. It also examines how computer hardware and software work on a logical and electronic level.
Miss Kathryn Holliday - Computer Science Teacher
Mrs Joanne Cummings – Head of ICT and Technology
The ICT and Computing course at Key Stage 3 provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to access the GCSE Computing course in Key Stage 4. Year 7 has a focus on basic ICT skills using Microsoft Office, computational thinking as well as programming using the micro:bit. Year 8 builds on programming skills using Visual Basic and HTML.
If you would like further information about the topics and themes being taught please contact: Mrs J. Cummings (firstname.lastname@example.org)
OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science
- Computer Systems
- Computational Thinking
OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science is assessed in the following way;
If you would like further information about the topics, themes or assessment for this course please contact: T Kirkpatrick (email@example.com)
OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science is assessed in the following way:
If you would like further information about the topics, themes or assessment for this course please contact: Mrs J Cummings (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please see the current Academy Enrichment Programme Booklet for details of enrichment opportunities in this subject area. We currently run a support evening for Year 9 and 10 Computer Studies on a Monday and for year 11 on a Friday night.