GCSE Computing

The GCSE Computing course was introduced to give students the opportunity to learn about computers in more depth, for example, by studying computer programming. Many students have experience in using computers at GCSE level but the GCSE Computing course goes far beyond a basic understand and covers topics such as computer hardware, representation of data and algorithms.

Why study GCSE Computing?

  • With the increased use of computers in all manner of fields students will understand the importance of being computer literate.
  • GCSE Computing is a solid qualification to have particularly if the student has interests in a career relating to computer science.
  • With an increased use of computers from a young age most students enjoy using a computer for both educational and social purposes.
  • Students are likely to find the GCSE Computing course both enjoyable and challenging.