Computer Science A Level at Chelsea Academy
At AS you will complete two units on Computer Fundamentals, Programming Techniques and Logical Methods. At A2 you will study a further two units on Advanced Computing Theory and the programming project. Through the course you will learn the capacity to think
creatively, innovatively, analytically, logically and critically;
You will also develop an understanding of the organisation of computer systems, including software, hardware, data, communications and people.
An important skill is project and time management and having the capacity to see relationships between different aspects of the subject, and perceive your field of study in
a broader perspective.
A grade 7 in GCSE Mathematics and ICT is required.
This modern qualification gives an insight into a range of computing systems, including an understanding of the principles of programming and the solving of problems. It will give students access to Higher Education courses and can lead to employment opportunities in the field of Computing and IT.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chelsea Academy directly.