ICT and Computer Science

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ICT and Computer Science2018-12-11T11:16:13+00:00

Within GCSE Computer Science students will study OCR Computer Science (9-1).

Component 01 –Computer Systems This is assessed by a written paper, which has a mixture of short and long answer questions. 15% AO1, 22% AO2 and 3% AO3. No calculators allowed. Written paper, 1 hour 30 mins, 80 marks, 40% of qualification.
Component 02: Computational thinking, algorithms and programming This is assessed by a written paper, which has a mixture of short and long answer questions. 14% AO1, 14% AO2 and 12% AO3. No calculators allowed. Written paper, 1 hour 30 mins, 80 marks, 40% of qualification.
Component 03 –NEA Programming Project Students create solutions to programming tasks chosen from a set of options supplied by OCR. Tasks are released in the September of Year 11 only. 1% AO1, 4% AO2 and 15% AO3. Controlled Assessment, Approx. 20 hours, 40 marks, 20% of qualification.
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
HT1 HT2 HT3 HT4 HT5 HT6
Algorithms Programming the BBC Micro:Bit The CPU SQL Data Representation Computer Networks
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
HT1 HT2 HT3 HT4 HT5 HT6
Systems Architecture
Memory Storage
Networks Systems Software
Ethical, legal, cultural & environmental concerns
Algorithms Logic
Data Representation
Programming in Python
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
HT1 HT2 HT3 HT4 HT5 HT6
Programming Techniques + Non-Exam Assessment Systems Architecture
Memory Storage
Networks
System Security
Algorithms
Ethical, legal, cultural & environmental concerns
Robust Programs
CPU Architecture
Logic
Data Representation
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