Students can gain appropriate vocational and academic qualifications in ICT; OCR Cambridge Nationals in iMedia, ECDL and Level 3 OCR Cambridge Tecs to name the current qualifications on offer.
Currently, students at Key Stage Three study ICT for three years with one 50 minute lesson per week. We deliver the new Computing National Curriculum, and we teach students how to use a range of industry standard applications. In addition, we make students aware of the advantages and disadvantages that the great world of information technology has to offer.
Currently, students at Key Stage Four can opt-in year 9 to choose to study for an OCR Cambridge Nationals in iMedia. This vocational course is worth a full GCSE and is a practical hands-on-course covering a range of topics.
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Currently students at Key Stage Five study for the Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in ICT (2016). This vocational course is worth a full AS or A2 GCE and is a mixture of traditional exams and practical hands-on-course work covering a range of topics.