A scheme of work produced as optional guidance from the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) to support the teaching of science at Key Stages One and Two (students aged 5-11), and intended to cover all the requirements of the 2000 National Curriculum programme of study.
Welcome to Claremont High School Academy's Computing/ICT Department webpage. The way ICT is taught in schools has changed. Computer Science is going to become part of the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) to give young people a better understanding of computer programming and computing solutions. Computing is of enormous importance to the economy, and the role of Computer Science as a discipline itself and as an ‘underpinning’ subject across science and engineering is growing rapidly. Computer technology continues to advance rapidly and the way that technology is consumed has also been changing at a fast pace over recent years. Claremont High School Academy is successfully delivering this new Computing curriculum outlined by the Government in its recent consultation on curriculum change.
The Computing / ICT department at Claremont focuses delivering lessons which allow us to develop and extend our students knowledge in Computing and ICT. Our curriculum consists of a mixture of Computing and IT including Programming, web-design, spreadsheets, word processing, databases, desk-top publishing, and how to stay safe online. The Computing/ICT department comprises of 4 specialist teaching rooms, containing 30 Student Desktop PCs in each room.
Computing and ICT at Claremontis a well established department offering Computing and ICT toallstudents at KS3, KS4 and KS5. The subject specialist teachers in the department, are committed, enthusiastic and dedicated to providing all students with the opportunity to excel in the Computing and ICT curriculum. From year 9 learners can specialise in either ICT or Computer Science and continue with this choice on to GCSE and Level 3 qualifications.
COVID Recovery curriculum
Due to the effects of COVID on the education of our learners we have produced a recovery curriculum to make sure learners do not miss out on their key learning. The department has endeavoured to keep the SOW largely the same as previous years for all year groups but will provide extra lessons where learners have missed learning opportunities needed to access course content. Details of the content missed and the departments rationale for managing the situation are contained in the document below.
Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4 (OCR)
GCSE Computer Science (OCR exam board)
Cambridge National Level 1 and 2 in Information Technologies (OCR exam board)
Learners will be assessed with an exam unit worth 50% of the course and a project worth the remaining 50% of the course.
Unit 1: “Understanding tools, techniques, methods and processes for technological solutions”anexam of 1 hour 45 minutes.
Learners will need to understand..
Unit 2: “Developing technological solutions” an internally assessed coursework project.
Learners should be able to..
Key Stage 5
Camtasia 9. Level 3 BTEC IT (Edexcel exam board). This course has recently been updated to the new BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Information Technology.
Level 3 BTEC IT Scheme of Work:The course is delivered by 2 teachers who deliver different course units; Teacher 1, Teacher 2.
A Level Computer Science (OCR exam board). We are now offering A Level Computer Science.
Thanks for the taking the time to visit the Computer Science/ICT Department web page.
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