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Learning Technologies Curriculum

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Learning Technologies
@WRHS KS3 KS4 KS5 YEAR 7 E-Safety / Creating Video Handling Data / Finance Scratch and Programming YEAR 8 Creating Graphics Creating Sound Office Applications YEAR 9 Cambridge Nationals
Level 2 ICT Understanding Computer Systems (R001) 1hr Exam Using ICT to create Business Solutions Coursework (R002) AQA GCSE ICT 40% Examination
60% Coursework Unit 1: Systems and Applications in ICT
Unit 2: The Assignment: Applying ICT What I Will Study AQA GCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE The AQA specification requires you to extend your knowledge and understanding of ICT so that you can design, create, analyse and evaluate the use of computers, software and hardware in the real world.
You will study the 4 main aspects of ICT:
Current and Emerging Technologies
Range of ICT Tools and Techniques
Society's use of ICT
Collaborative Working What Next? This course naturally leads onto being able to study AS Level ICT, Computing or Vocational/Applied Level 3 ICT Courses.
The course gives you a wide range of transferable ICT skills which are all useful when applying for jobs Inside the Google Data Centre Component 1 - Practical Programming (60%) Aprox. 50 Hrs Controlled Assessment (2 x 25 hour tasks)
Each student is given a choice of 2/4 tasks
They should work independently to demonstrate an ability to code a solution to a problem.
The tasks are set in engaging contexts such as gaming, web and mobile applications Component 2 - Computing Fundamentals (40%) 1 hour 30 minute On Screen Examination
Questions cover a wide range of Computing and ICT Theory What Next? A GCSE in Computing is rare and should stand you well for a career or further study in related fields.
It shows you have a great understanding of logic and problem solving, skills which any employer, university or college will be impressed with! OCR A Level ICT AQA A Level Computing Entry: AS Level requirements plus grade C at GCSE English AS Level Structure G061 Information Systems and Applications
2 hr exam (AS 60% / A2 30%) G062 Structured ICT Tasks
Coursework (AS 40% / A2 20%) A2 Level Structure G063 ICT Systems, Applications and Implications
2 hr exam (A2 30%) G064 ICT Project
Coursework (A2 20%) Unit 1 - COMP1
Problem Solving, Programming, Data Representation and Practical Exercise
60% AS / 30% A2
2 hr On Screen Exam
Unit 2 - COMP2
Computer Components, The Stored Program Concept and The Internet
1 hour written exam
40% AS / 20% A2 Unit 3 - COMP3
Problem Solving, Programming, Operating Systems, Databases and Networking
30% A2
2.5 hr Written Exam
Unit 4- COMP4
Coursework
The Computing Practical Project
20% A2 new for 2013 OCR Cambridge Technicals in ICT LEVEL 2 (GCSE) & 3 (A LEVEL) Diplomas Students study a wide range of units aimed at developing an understanding of how computers work (inside and out) and how ICT supports businesses This course is 100% coursework Units include:
Working in ICT
Communicating using ICT
Managing Computer Networks
E-Commerce
Website Production
Computer Graphics
Computer Animation Entry requirements:
Level 2: 5 GCSES/BTECs Grade E-D
Level 3: 5 GCSEs/BTECS A*-C OCR Cambridge Technicals in Media LEVEL 2 (GCSE) & 3 (A LEVEL) Diplomas In this course students will learn how to produce practical media products using ICT. These include animations, radio products, print media and film/tv production. This course is 100% coursework. Units include:
Understanding Audience / Purpose
Graphic Design
Website Production
Radio Production
Film/TV Production
Careers in Media
Social Media Advertising
Media and Advertising Year 7/8/9 Year 10 / 11 Year 12 / 13 Careers in ICT Women in Computer Science Faculty Staff



ICT Faculty

Mr. S. Bashir (Head of Faculty)
Mr. B. Mustafa (Assistant Head of Faculty)
Mrs. M. Connolly (Assistant Head of Inclusion Faculty/Teacher of ICT)
Miss. S. Mushtaq (ICT Co-Ordinator)
Mr. D. Grimes (Teacher of ICT / Learning to Lead Coordinator)
Mrs. C. Wragg (Assistant Headteacher/Teacher of ICT)
Facilities The faculty is housed in the new 'G' Block which allowed us to benefit from a substantial investment in the IT infrastructure where pupils are now provided with fast, reliable and current media for learning. We cover digital literacy, ICT and computer science so that pupils can experience the breadth of information technology. We believe all pupils should be challenged to reach their potential and to date we have very high success rates in all of our courses at GCSE and A Level. Curriculum
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