Computer Science, ICT and Digital Skills

GCSE Computer Science February 2024 Update

GCSE Computer Science February 2024 Update

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Please find the February update here.

BTEC Nationals February 2024 Update

Tech Award Digital Information Technology February 2024 Update

T Level Digital Production, Design & Development

GCSE Computer Science February 2024 Update

BTEC Nationals February 2024 Update

BTEC Nationals February 2024 Update

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Please check out the February BTEC Nationals update.

Tech Award Digital Information Technology February 2024 Update

T Level Digital Production, Design & Development

GCSE Computer Science February 2024 Update

BTEC Nationals February 2024 Update

Tech Award Digital Information Technology February 2024 Update

Tech Award Digital Information Technology February 2024 Update

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Please find the Tech Award February update here..

T Level Digital Production, Design & Development

GCSE Computer Science February 2024 Update

BTEC Nationals February 2024 Update

Tech Award Digital Information Technology February 2024 Update

T Level Digital Production, Design & Development

T Level Digital Production, Design & Development

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Please find the February 2024 update here.



International GCSE ICT

See Feb 2024 Update



International A Level IT

See Feb 2024 Update

Introducing Tim Brady, our Subject Advisor for Computer Science, ICT and Digital Skills.

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His role is to support you with the delivery of our qualifications, to help you understand the content and the assessment requirements and to answer any subject-specific queries you may have. 


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Key updates and information across a range of areas.

The 2022 Tech Awards use a raw mark grid for each internally assessed component.

This tool is useful for organising/storing data related to student assessment.

It will automate the provision of forms ready for submission to your moderator.

It is NOT in any way a guarantee of any grade or outcome. Responsibility for accuracy and validity of the assessment decision that you make lies with you. Safety and security of data related to your students is also your responsibility.

To get the zip file download please navigate the the Internal assessment section of the qualification page for your subject and find the 'Candidate assessment record' dropdown.

The tracker requires:

  • Windows Operation System
  • MS Excel (Desktop only)
  • Read/Write priviledge in the folder it will be used
  • Macros need to be permitted

Please watch the two films below. The first will get you started using the tracker and the second will show you how easily you will be able to migrate to a new version without loss of assessment data.

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The following FAQ documents are being revised all the time. They will be changed whenever good material for inclusion comes up, so it is worth regularly taking a look to see if one has changed.

This Paper 2 is an onscreen assessment and the followinig films show how straighforward it is to run. They use the Sample Assessment Material for Paper 2 and run through all the questions in a simple easy to follow way.

Email me at teachingComputerScience@pearson.com with comments and questions.

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Useful documents

Academic
GCSE Computer Science Getting Started Guide
Getting Started Guide - Critical read.
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Vocational
Digital options for your KS4 Learners
Digital options for your KS4 learners
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