Digital Information Technology
All students have the opportunity to acquire the full range of design, software, multimedia and programming skills for use in IT lessons and across the curriculum.
Key Stage 3 provides the computational and functional skills required to make students creative and independent problem solvers confident in the creation of IT and computing solutions.
Our aim is to provide a challenging and stretching foundation that will enable students to be IT and computer literate and ultimately ready to select a personalised computing pathway for Key Stage 4 and 5.
At Key Stage 4 and 5 we build on the core knowledge gained at Key Stage 3 and delve deeper in to the ever-evolving world of technology.
Our aim is to make sure all students can apply their study of IT and Computer Science to real world problems. By using a challenging, theoretical and practical based curriculum to prepare students for the rapidly expanding opportunities in the realm of IT and Computer Science.
Our Learning Journey
Qualifications and Exam Board Information
Head of Faculty - Mr L Turner - email@example.com