Key Stage 3
- Extension tasks that push your learning – maybe advanced features used and annotated in all tasks.
- Exam questions which allow you to explain your understanding of skills used.
- Working with Sixth Form helpers during lessons or arranging a one to one session at lunchtime.
- Independent tasks that allow you the freedom to complete work in the most imaginative way possible and so that you can direct your own learning and pose questions for yourself.
- Attend a lunchtime club such as Redstone or Kodu club to broaden your skills and maximise your enjoyment of ICT.
Key stage 4
- Offer mentoring and support to KS3 pupils*
- Develop a programme to allow other pupils to access new software or concepts.
- Six mark questions – these are longer answer questions at GCSE that involve skill in both ICT knowledge and also English writing as you get marked on SPAG too!
- The promotion of studying ICT and Computer Science at A Level and even Degree Level.
- Using ICT skills in all other subjects, as this will help you apply your subject knowledge and make any work look professional and clear.
Key Stage 5
This stage of your education is preparing you for the world of work or further education. With this in mind the way that you approach the course should be different.
- Independent Work – you should be taking ownership of your own learning, reading around the subject and doing extra work at home making sure you fully understand concepts
- Becoming a Sixth Form Mentor – come along lower school lessons and share your understanding. A programme can be tailored to your available study periods.
Here are some of the extra-curricular activities we offer in ICT, why not get involved?
- Revision session
- Catch up sessions
- Lunchtime support and development – a perfect opportunity to work as a mentor during these sessions
- Little Kan computer club