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Welcome
With the increasing use of technology in all aspects of modern life and the fast pace at which it changes there is a fundamental need for us to understand the devices and machines that are commonly used in the world around us. In Computing, we aim to deliver and improve the skills, knowledge and understanding of technology of the learners. Our Computing syllabus encompasses Computer Science, IT and digital literacy so that our learners are provided with the absolutely essential abilities and knowledge to be able to manage, repair, operate, programme, use and understand the technology in everyday life.

We aim to help our students not only to master a wide range of technical skills in IT and programming, but to develop their understanding of safe, purposeful and responsible use of and application of the skills they have learned for their own education, everyday life and future employment.
NEW BTEC Information Technology from 2017 @ Post 16

** NEW BTEC Qualification in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY for post 16**

New for 2017, replacing the old ICT, is an exciting redeveloped program mixing practical skills with Computing knowledge. The new program investigates computer systems, develops a systems project and works with industry critical software to produce an all-round, universally useful post 16 qualification.

Holding full UCAS points and levelled as a full A Level equivalent, learners undertaking BTEC IT can expect a more practical exposure to IT systems and use their knowledge and skills to solve industry problems, produce software solutions and be able to develop, maintain and implement IT systems solutions.

Learners looking for a practical IT subject, those wishing to have an all-round useful qualification or those looking to go to university or to enter Business, Computing, Retail, or any one of a large number of industries is ideally suited to pursuing the BTEC IT qualification.

Contact Mr. Fovargue for further information about this new, exciting qualification and how it can benefit your university or careers choices.