Computer Science & IT

Curriculum Intent

By studying computing, learners will develop their creativity and problem-solving skills by giving them requirements to create digital products, and express themselves using suitable software.

Students will develop computational thinking skills in different contexts in preparation for future employment or study. They will develop a rich and varied technical vocabulary and be able to engage in their work independently whilst being active readers, effective writers and confident speakers.

In KS3 students experience a range of topics that cover, Computer Science, IT and Digital literacy so that they gain a clear understanding of the different KS4 options available to them.  The KS4 courses lead directly onto further study at KS5, either in Computer Science or IT

You can read our full curriculum overview here.

Curriculum maps - Year 9 & GCSE Computer Science

Curriculum maps - Cambridge Nationals in IT

Curriculum maps - BTEC in IT

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