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Computing

All students take Computing in Years 7 to 9 and many continue it to GCSE. It prepares students to work, live and play in the digital world, as well as providing an excellent foundation for further study in a wide range of business, technical and creative courses.

  Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Year 7

File Management
Presentations
E-Safety

Spreadsheets Modelling
Data Handling
Control and Sequencing
Graphics and DTP
Audio Editing
Animation
Year 8 E-Safety
Animation
Movie Editing
Spreadsheets Modelling
Scratch Programming
Graphics and DTP
Sequencing
Year 9 Industry Live Project
(Film, Graphics, Audio)
Spreadsheet Modelling
Data Handling
Functional Skills
Exam Preparation

OCR GCSE in computing - J275
1 Controlled Assessment (30%) - 1 Investigative Task (30%) - 1 exam (40%)

In Years 10 and 11 students will study the OCR GCSE in Computing.  This exciting GCSE gives you an excellent opportunity to investigate how computers work and how they’re used, and to develop computer programming and problem-solving skills. You’ll also do some fascinating in-depth research and practical work. For example, some of the current investigations look at JavaScript, encryption and assembly language programming.