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Testing out the various different features of the VLE

Nothing of any use to anyone other than JCS!

Use the resources to help you with HW and revision.

Your teacher will spend the first lesson teaching you how to log onto the system and to the VLE.

You will also create all the folders you will need for the three year Computing  course (KS3).

You MUST remember to save your work regularly and appropriately.

To be completed during the first week of computing. Students will be tested on their knowledge of computing concepts.

Design and program a live web game.

Discover how computers work.

How to use:-

  • Email
  • Word (layout)
  • Basic Spreadsheets

Solving problems with flowcharts.

To be able to understand what a database is, and why they are used.

Familiarise yourself and recap the importance of some of the key components of a computer system.

Become familiar with the Python programming language and start to develop your understanding of some of the key programming concepts.

Developing Office Skiils from YR7. You will explore more advanced features of Word and Excel. Your end of section assessment is an old GCSE Spreadsheet test.

Develop your own programs for the BBC micro:bit.

Continue to develop your understanding of the scratch programming language.

This unit is to be used if the set of micro:bits are in use by another group.

Understand how to stay safe on the Internet, and learn about how computers and other devices communicate.

Hacking, data protecting and the law.

This course leads on from Intro to Python (YR8)

The unit explores how bitmap and vector images are represented and stored by the computer.

Animate objects with ActionScript.

Understand how data is represented in a computer system.

Show us your skills! Complete a project using all the different areas of Computing + IT you have covered.

Kodu is a game creation piece of software

 

The Extended Certificate is for learners who are interested in learning about the business sector alongside other fields of study, with a view to progressing to a wide
range of higher education courses,not necessarily in business-related subjects. It is designed to be taken as part of a programme of study that includes other appropriate BTEC Nationals or
A Levels.

This vocationally-related qualification takes an engaging, practical and inspiring approach to learning and assessment. It will equip learners with a range of skills and provide opportunities to develop, in context, transferable skills such as research, planning, and review, working with others and communicating creative concepts effectively. The hands on approach has strong relevance to the way young people use the technology required in creative media.

Course Specification

Pearson BTEC Level 3

National Extended Certificate in

Children’s Play Learning & Development.

All the information that you will need for your GCSE Resistant Material coursework can be found here. Please note - you will be expected to submit coursework on a regular basis so please keep checking this area.

All the information that you will need for your GCSE Resistant Material Examination can be found here. Please note - You can acheive the same amount of marks in an hour and a half of the exam compared to months of coursework

Over the two years of study you will complete four units of work. These units combine coursework, controlled assessments and an external examination. You will need to follow a strict 'Deadlines/Time Plan' created by your teacher and the exam board. 

Most of the assignments and resources will be located on the VLE.

Past GCSE Papers to aid revision etc.

This is the Resource section for the Year 9 History course at Dyson Perrins.

Read this before you do anything else on this course!

Below you will find resources and links to support your revision as you approach your final GCSE Exams.


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