Mr K Ali – Director of IT and Innovation/Teacher of ICT and Computing

Mrs K Bahia – Teacher of ICT and Computing i/c of Key Stage 3

Mrs S Yousaf – Director/Teacher of ICT and Computing


Computing drives innovation in the sciences, in engineering, business, entertainment, and education. It touches every aspect of our lives from the cars we drive to the movies we watch and the way in which businesses and governments communicate with and hear from us.

An understanding of computing is essential if you want to keep up with changing technology and take advantage of the opportunities it offers in your life, whether it’s a career or a way of problem solving, or as a way of providing you with a greater appreciation of the way things work.

While it is almost impossible to accurately predict what technological developments will happen next, there are underlying Computing concepts and principles that lead to future developments. By studying Computing you will learn about these concepts and principles equipping you with valuable skills that will enable you to solve deep multi-layered problems.

You will learn about many topics using a range of resources such as using robots and tablet technology to improve your understanding of Computing. You will be taught about the fundamentals of how computer technology works, using electronic devices safely, programming fundamentals and digital literacy.


  • To develop confident and productive users of computer technology for a range of purposes.
  • To develop pupils’ awareness of Computing careers in different industries, as well as jobs of the future that will be a result of technological advancements in computer technology.
  • To develop pupil computational thinking abilities, providing them with the problem-solving tools to approach programming tasks with confidence and to make the outcomes meaningful.
  • To develop knowledge and understanding of programming languages and the architecture of computers.

How Parents can help:

Homework tasks will also be set through Teams and Seneca and the students will be able to submit their work electronically via this portal for marking. Parents are encouraged to discuss the project topics and suggest possible ways that homework tasks can be completed. Discussing the use of computers in daily life and how important they are will help students to see how computing affects everyday life.

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