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All learners are signed into the Google Classroom courses as they are used daily during all ICT & Computer Science lessons.

 

KS3 ICT. Years 7 & 8.

Look for the School Closure sections.

There are currently 4 topics available which focus on the theory elements of Computer Science and ICT.

More exercises will be added if circumstances change.

 

WJEC GCSE ICT. Years 9, 10 & 11.

All classes are clear on expectations across their currents Units.

Year 9 have their theory exam in January 2021.

Year 10 Unit 1 Exam. 03.06.2020

Year 11 Unit 3 Exam. 10.06.2020

Resources available on the courses:

Text books, theory notes, all past papers and mark schemes. Learners have also been given revision workbooks (digital copies available on the Google classroom course).

Learners are advised to:

  1. Work their way through the text book taking notes and revising each topic.

  2. Work their way through the past papers and marking each paper as it is complete.

  3. Add notes to their workbooks directly from the mark schemes as appropriate.

  4. Identify areas of strengths & weakness.

  5. Target weaknesses.

 

WJEC GCSE Computer Science. Years 9, 10 & 11.

All classes are clear on expectations across their currents Units.

Year 9 and 10 do not have any exams until year 11.

Year 11 Unit 1 (theory) Exam; 11.05.2020 & Unit 2 (On screen) Exam; 14.05.2020.

Resources available on the courses:

Text books, theory notes, all past papers and mark schemes. Learners have a full set of Flash Cards which they have developed.

Learners have their own access to the revisecomputerscience.com website and are advised to use the Eduqas resources to practice and build up their knowledge.

Learners are advised to:

  1. Use the online text book in conjunction with the revisecomputerscience.com website.

  2. Work their way through the past papers and marking each paper as it is complete.

  3. Add notes to their Flash Cards directly from the mark schemes as appropriate.

  4. Identify areas of strengths & weakness.

  5. Target weaknesses.

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Headteacher: Mrs Meryl Echeverry

Deputy Headteacher: Mrs Kate Olsen

 

Abertillery Learning Community, Alma Street, Abertillery, NP13 1YL

Telephone: 01495 355911

Email: info@abertillery3-16.co.uk

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