The pupil’s in Year 7 have been very excited to finally get their hands on the new BBC micro:bits. These small programmable computers allow student’s to learn programming & systems in fun and useful ways.
The pupils in Year 7 and 8 have been hard at work creating animations for the national Animation 16 competition (sponsored by Manchester University) For several lessons we have explored generating a suitable idea, storyboarding that idea, then designing the ..
Pseudocode is a detailed yet readable description of what a computer program or algorithm must do, expressed in a formally-styled natural language rather than in a programming language. When studying GCSE and A Level Computing you need to be familiar ..
Google’s Computational Thinking for Educators Course has some useful tools, like this one that uses Google Maps to test out the Travelling Salesman problem
Beechen Cliff are proud to be running the new AS and A level Computer Science course from OCR. This page contains a set of useful links and download for those students who want to know a little more about the course and what it covers