Topics you will study
- Boolean Algebra
- Numbers Systems
- Data Structures
- Data Security and Compression Techniques
- Web Based Programming
- Programming Constructs
- Problem Solving
- Computational Thinking
- Thinking Logically
- Problem Solving
- Working with Stakeholders
- Analysing Requirements
- Building Long Program
- Testing an Evaluation
Progression Routes – What’s in it for me?
Students who take this subject may study Engineering, Software Engineering, Computing Science, Games Technology, Information Technology, Information Systems and many other subjects.
Assessment: Awarding Body:
Exams – 100% OCR
Results 2018: 100%
- Learn how to write programs using programming languages and write your own simple games.
- Learn problem solving techniques which allow you to break the problem into small, manageable pieces.
- Apply what you learnt to develop the skills to solve problems, design systems and understand human and machine intelligence.
- Clear progression into higher education.
Stoke6th Graduate Attributes
How SFC will help you to boost your CV by developing your skills and qualifications…
By studying computing you will learn how computer hardware and software work as well as learning programming fundamentals and problem solving skills. You will be able to apply your knowledge in programming to solve real life problems.
You’ll evidence and enhance the Stoke6th Graduate Attributes during this course. Resilience, independent of thought, communication skills, problem solving skills and the contribution of creative ideas will all be encouraged throughout the Computer Science course.
You will have continuous support through very well designed online resources including e-books accessible from home as well as College.
What our students say…
“Computer Science is an interesting subject, it was new to me as I never studied Computing before. Programming is very interesting and allowed me to learn how to write computer programs and games. A Level Computing requires time, effort and continuous work. My grade in Computing allowed me to study Software Engineering at University.”