- Systems architecture
- Wired and wireless networks
- Network topologies, protocols and layers
- System security
- System software
- Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns
Develop your computing skills, and prepare for the rapidly-changing 21st century work place.
Supported by inspiring teaching and access to innovative technology resources, GCSE Computing at St Edmund’s develops essential skills, using an engaging, real-world approach:
Computer Science is part of the English Baccalaureate.
|Head of Department
|Mr K Fry BSc MSc
The rapid innovation and expansion of technology into all aspects of our lives has created a high demand for computer scientists in many organisations, all around the world.
Such is the demand for technology skills, that young people who study computer science at university can expect to command a high graduate starting salary in this thriving sector.