Computing at John Kyrle High School & Sixth Form Centre
What is it all about?
Every single electronic device available, whether it’s a personal computer, a mobile phone or a microwave, is controlled by a Central Processing Unit and runs using software that has been created by a human. This course is concerned with the hardware and software elements that comprise any electronic microprocessor controlled device.
What is the course?
You will complete the AS/A2 Computing Course, which includes a number of different theoretical and practical elements, including comp
This course builds directly on the OCR GCSE Computing and Edexcel GCSE ICT courses which you may have completed in Years 10 and 11. In order to have the necessary foundations we require a pass qualification. This shows us that you will have the determination to meet the substantial number of coursework deadlines throughout the two years of study. You will also need to have the ability to solve problems and to think on your feet. A grade C or higher in Mathematics is essential for most sections of the course. If you didn’t complete any GCSE Computing/ICT course then we would look at each case individually.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact John Kyrle High School & Sixth Form Centre directly.