Computing

Extra-curricular opportunities enable students to complete work or perfect their skills.

Computing

We have state of the art facilities and our staff are well equipped and committed to improvement, enabling us to provide students with high level, logical and technical ability.

Computing

Welcome to Moreton School Computing Department. Our vision is clear: Through collaboration and teamwork, we deliver an effective, dynamic and efficient curriculum that offers students the opportunity to enhance their skills for further education or a good preparation for employment. We cover KS3 and KS4 and have recently re-introduced KS5 IT.” – Moreton’s Computing Department.

We have state of the art facilities and our staff are well equipped and committed to improvement, enabling us to provide students with high level, logical and technical ability. We are keen to develop high achievers hence our commitment to staff development and innovation.
As technology and qualifications develop we work hard to ensure our curriculum remains current and relevant to our students, whatever their ability or aspirations may be.
Extra-curricular opportunities enable students to complete work or perfect their skills. Our staff will challenge any stereotypes or unacceptable behaviour. Students have a clear understanding of our ethos and reciprocate this action. Students are recognised for positive behaviour and hard work. This enables us to provide a warm, friendly, safe and energetic learning environment.

Key stage 3 – Covers Years 7 – 8

We offer a dynamic curriculum that aims to introduce students to the world of computing – a combination of developing MS Office competences as well as creative designs. Students develop logical and creative competences in:

  • Programming
  • MS Office Skills
  • Game Design
  • Systems & Control
  • Interactive systems
  • E-Safety
  • And many more

Key stage 4 – Covers Years 9 – 11

In Key Stage 4 students have the opportunity to pursue a variety of pathways. Students are rewarded with a GCSE in Computer Science and/or an equivalent vocational qualification.

  • OCR iMedia GCSE
  • OCR GCSE Computer Science
Mr Bassett

Mr Bassett

Head of Computing

Mr Bassett is the current Head of Computing at Moreton School.

Key stage 5

In KS5 we offer a dynamic curriculum that aims to advance our students’ knowledge of the world of computing and ICT. Students study the Cambridge Technicals and gain either a AS or A –level equivalent.
Possible Units of study include:

  • Fundamentals of ICT
  • Global Information
  • Cyber Security
  • Application Design
  • Games Design and Prototyping
  • Web Design
  • Computer Hardware

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