Information and Communication Technology Skills *FEES PAYABLE* at Clifton College
Information and Communication Technology Skills is a compulsory course for all pupils who enter the Lower Sixth without any ICT qualification. It is also available on an optional basis to pupils in either the Lower or Upper Sixth who wish to continue their studies in this subject.
The course is designed to ensure all Sixth Form students have a good level of ICT skills, which is essential for their studies at Clifton, and beyond at University and in the work place. It is a practical course, using real life scenarios, to enable students to easily apply the skills they learn in their academic subjects.
The following units are covered:
- Word Processing
- Presentation Graphics
- Global Communications
The course is taught by a subject specialist. It is certificated internally, and all students are required to achieve a satisfactory standard before the end of the Lower Sixth. The skills set covered are commensurate with a Level 2 ICT qualification.
Compulsory course for all pupils who enter the Lower Sixth without any ICT qualification.
Please ensure that you understand that course fees will be payable before submitting your application.
Two full time subject specialists, and one part time member of staff, make up the Department. The College boasts over 700 networked computers located in 9 computer suites, academic areas and Houses. We have our own e-mail server, Internet access via a dedicated high speed leased line, Intranet and a range of networked CD-ROM material. The network software is Microsoft NT2003 and the workstations run on Windows XP. Application software includes Microsoft Office XP, Macromedia and a range of specialist subject software.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Clifton College directly.