ICT Curriculum Overview Year 6 - Year 13
This is an outline of the ICT curriculum for students offered by the Federation of Evesham High School and Simon de Montfort Middle School.
In Year 6 pupils at Simon de Montfort Middle School have 3 lessons during a two-week cycle of the curriculum. You can find out more by visiting the link below to the relevant page of the Simon de Montfort web site. Read more.
ICT is a core subject throughout KS3. In Years 7 and 8 pupils have 4 lessons per cycle. You can find out more by visiting the link below to the relevant page of the Simon de Montfort web site. Read more.
ICT is a compulsory subject at Evesham High School. All pupils begin their GCSE course in Year 9. The school follows the Edexcel DiDA specification that enables pupils to gain up to 3 GCSE passes depending upon how many modules they take.
In Year 9 pupils take Unit 1 to develop their use of basic workplace applications. Read more.
In Year 10 pupils use multimedia software to develop their own applications. Read more.
In Year 11 pupils use game-making software to create their own 2D game. Read more.
In the Sixth Form, there are 3 courses on offer: Applied ICT A-level, Computing A-level, and iMedia, which is available at Level 2 and Level 3.
GCSE Computer Studies
Applied ICT A-level
In Year 12 students take 3 units as part of an AS course.
In Year 13 students take a further 3 units to complete an A2 course. Read more.
In Year 12 students take 2 units covering Computing theory and programming.
In Year 13 students take to 2 further units covering advanced theory and programming. Read more.
For level 2, students take a one-year course with 5 different practical modules. Read more.
For level 3, students study over 2 years to cover 7 different modules. Read more.
For further information about the ICT curriculum in Year 6-8, contact Mrs F. Lovecy. For further information about the ICT curriculum in Year 9-13, contact Mr R. Smith.