Computing and Computer Science at Wolverley CE Secondary School aim to support students in the ever changing digital world that we live in.
It is our aim to prepare students to become independent thinkers and problem solvers and to not be afraid to make mistakes when using technology.
Pupils at Key Stage 3 cover a wide range of computing topics including online safety, ethics, Python programming, how a computer works, networking and digital literacy.
Students are encouraged to be independent learners and have the opportunity to take part in enrichment programs such as the Duke of York iDEA award, code clubs, and independent study workshops where they can engage with the BBC micro:bit and Raspberry Pi computers.
Pupils at Key Stage 4 study the OCR 9-1 GCSE course and cover a detailed curriculum including the development of computer technology, computational thinking, networking specifics, algorithmic thinking and logic.
|Curriculum overview computing||09th Sep 2019|