Creating a professional leaflet and poster on Social Networking sites , Awareness and knowledge of implications and dangers of social networking sites, Developing an opinion and being able to discuss internet safety, Looking at creating an outcome for different audiences.
Exploring the implications of a network, Sending and receiving files electronically.
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GCSE Computing is a Science which complements traditional Science and Electronics, opening the doors to Engineering, Mathematical and Scientific careers.
It also works well with creative arts as it provides skills that can be used in a range of contexts.
Don't be put off by examinations - Most of the exam content is applying what you already do practically. - A Level: 601/5345/3 There are a total of 5 units, 2 AS units and 3 A2 units.
You will also have the opportunity in year 10 to complete the Essentials Skills Wales ICT Level 2 qualification as part of your coursework which means you will achieve a qualification at the end of year 10 and then a GCSE ICT qualification at the end of year 11. The course is a mixture of practical as well as theory concepts.
Our GCSE ICT is a practical, skills-based qualification that builds on our Key Stage 3 Curriculum and provides a foundation for students intending to study ICT at a higher level.
It is also a subject where you can apply the skills taught to support coursework in many other subject areas.