Computing - KS3

The Key Stage 3 programme for Computing adheres to the English National Curriculum programme of study, and builds on the foundations set in the Primary school.  

The course in all three years equips our students to use computational thinking and creativity to be able to solve real-world problems.  The core of computing is Computer Science, in which our students are taught the principles of computation, decomposition and pattern recognition, how digital systems work, and how to program a computer in a variety of different environments.  We also ensure that our students are digitally literate - so that they can express themselves through information and communication technology, and that they have a very good understanding of safe and responsible use of technology.

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Related courses:

IGCSE Computer Science

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