Key Stage 3
In years 7 and 8 students are taught the benefits and dangers of living in a connected world with a focus on personal safety. They also have the opportunity to learn programming skills and create their own multi-level video game.
Key Stage 4
Students can choose the creative imedia course which provides students with specific and transferable skills and a solid foundation in understanding and applying digital media. Students will complete four units of work consisting of one external exam, one controlled assignment and two coursework assignments. Topics include studying the use and creation of a range or pre-production documents, creating digital graphics, creating websites and developing digital games
Alison Varney- Computing Teacher
Richard Hartshorn – Senior IT technician and network manager
Joel O’ Sullivan - IT technician
Tel: 01926 743200