Welcome to the Computer Science and Multimedia Department
Mr Karl Smith
Mr L Horley
Miss E Ascott
I.T. Support Team:
Mr A Day, I.T. Systems Manager
Mr J Brooks, Deputy I.T. Systems Manager
Mr M Cronshaw
Mr K Whiting
Introduction to the Department
The Computing Department encompasses Digital Media, Digital Applications and Computer Science, the latter being an English Baccalaureate subject. We pride ourselves on a challenging yet bespoke curriculum that prepares student for a range of certified subjects and builds confidence for life in a digital age.
Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4
Students will be able to choose Computer Science and/or a Digital Applications qualification, as they select which options they wish to pursue at GCSE level.
There is a distinct focus between the Computer Science and Digital Applications qualifications.
Digital Applications involve using different applications to plan and produce a range of products, typically used in a work-place environment.
Computer Science includes understanding how computers work: programming techniques, computational thinking, software and hardware and representation of data in computer systems.
Revision guides or web-based resources are available and we advertise these to students and parents via a letter.
Computing Club: Monday/Thursday Lunchtime; Tuesday/Thursday After School
CC4G: Tuesday Lunchtime