the Computer Science Department!
The Computing curriculum consists of three elements:
- Computer science – understanding how computers work and how to program them to do what we need
- Information technology – using computers and software to create beautiful digital artifacts
- Digital literacy – learning how to be sensible and responsible users of digital technology
Through challenging and engaging projects, students develop the fundamental computational thinking skills of abstraction, decomposition, algorithmic thinking, generalisation, and evaluation.
Miss Emma Spreadbury, Head of Computer Science
Family quiz time
Facts and figures
dedicated computer suites
games, apps and websites built each year
of workers at Bletchley Park in 1945 were women
Examination results 2020
9 – 871%
9 – 788%