SPBs Level 1

Digital Applications (CiDA/DiDA) (2014) Level 1

September 2018 - Entry option E

These units are valid for moderation in June 2019, December 2019, June 2020 and December 2020.

This project involves the creation of a website for a new after school science club called Velocity.

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This project requires the creation of a multimedia itinerary for a weekend mystery coach tour organised by Xcursions.

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This project focuses on designing products for a stationery shop and a promotional display.

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This project focuses on creating a racing game suitable for an audience of your choice.

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Students are primarily assessed on their ability to use HTML, CSS and JavaScript effectively rather than their ability to create appropriate content for the website.

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September 2017 - Entry option D

These units are valid for moderation in June 2018, December 2018, June 2019 and December 2019.

This project involves the creation of a website for a new independent cinema called The Screening.

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This project requires the creation of a multimedia record of what the student found to be M.I. (Most Interesting) in the last year.

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This project focuses on designing products to create and promote a new game.

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This project focuses on creating a maze game for an audience of the student’s choice.

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September 2016 - Entry option C

These units are valid for moderation for the first time in June 2017, December 2017, June 2018 and December 2018.

Unit 1 - Freewheeling

In this project, students will create a website which encourages children to join a national campaign to cycle to school. 

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Unit 2 - i-Apply

In this project, students will create an i-Apply profile to showcase their talents, ambitions and interests to prospective employers and colleges.

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Unit 3 - Party time

In this project, students will design a set of themed children's party products for a company.

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Unit 4 - Platformer

In this project, students will design, develop, build and test a platform game.

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Unit 5 - Careers Fair

In this project, students will create a website to promote a careers fair at their school.

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September 2015 - Entry option B

These units are no longer valid for moderation.

Unit 1 - App Spotlight

In this project, students will create a website which provides review of apps popular amongst young people aged 11 - 13.

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Unit 2 - iPies and Puds

In this project, students will create multimedia products for an interactive eBook, which is a collection of recipes.

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Unit 3 - Fun to read

In this project, students will create products to promote a national reading campaign.

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Unit 4 - Retro

In this project, students will create a classic or retro game similar to a game that was first developed in the 1970s or 1980s.

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Unit 5 - IGPhones

In this project, students will create a website to promote a local phone shop.

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September 2014 - Entry option A

These units are no longer valid for moderation.

Unit 1: The Road to Fame

In this project, students will create a website to promote a music band.

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Unit 2: Clueless

In this project, students will create multimedia products to promote a fictional general knowledge quiz competition called Clueless.

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Unit 3: Get Fresh

In this project, students will create a set of graphic products to promote a new café.

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Unit 4: Healthy Gaming

In this project, students will create a game to promote healthy eating to 8–11 year olds.

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Unit 5: Snap it!

In this project, students will use their programming skills to create a website to inform the local community about a photography competition.

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