Computer Science


"Computer Science is relevant to the modern and changing world of computer science. 

Computer science is a discipline that spans theory and practice. It requires thinking both in abstract terms and in concrete terms. The practical side of computing can be seen everywhere. Nowadays, practically everyone is a computer user, and many people are even computer programmers. Getting computers to do what you want them to do requires intensive hands-on experience.

Computer Science values computational thinking, helping learners to develop the skills to solve problems and design systems that do so". 

Subject Area:

Computer Science

Teaching staff:

Mr McClane

KS3 Course Title

Computer Science

KS3 Course Details:

The course consists of two written exams and one piece of controlled assessment. The exams are testing theory of computer systems and computational thinking, algorithms and programming. The controlled assessment is a programming project where pupils have to write a programme to solve a specific problem.

KS4 Number of lessons per week:

2 lessons a week

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