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 Mr. Ryan Guo

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Mr. Daniel Davies

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 Ms. Bell Law

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BURRA Satish 

 Mr. Paul Satish

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Classes 

  Sec 1 Sec 2 Sec 3 Sec 4 DP1 DP2
Bell Law All S2S, S2R ICT2, CS      
Dan Davies   S2S   ICT 1 ITGS  
Paul Satish   S2M CS ICT 2   ITGS
Ryan Guo   S2L ICT1     CS

 

Curriculum:

Curriculum

 

Secondary 1 ICT course is designed to allow students to have the skills to analyze, design, program and evaluate ICT systems and solutions. In the course, students will learn media-making techniques through iMovie and the foundations of programme coding through Scratch.

 

Secondary 2 ICT continues to develop skills to analyze, design, program and evaluate ICT systems and solutions with the following foci: i) the design process of website development and the use of HTML language to create websites, ii) the basic programming concepts and skills and the use of algorithms through the learning of Python. 

 

IGCSE ICT (0417) is a two year programme where students will sit for the IGCSE examinations at the end of secondary four. It develops the skills to design and implement ICT solutions for various purposes. IGCSE ICT enables learners to analyse, design, implement, test and evaluate ICT systems and discuss their impact on our society.

 

IGCSE Computer Science (0478)is the study of the foundational principles and practices of computation and computational thinking and their application in the design and development of computer systems. Learning computational thinking involves learning to program, that is to write computer code, because this is the means by which computational thinking is expressed.   IGCSE Computer Science enables learners to develop an interest in computing and to gain confidence in computational thinking and programming.

 

IB ITGS (Information Technology in a Global Society) is a rigorous two-year programme with foci on information technology and its impact on our society. Students sit for the IB Group 3 ITGS exam at the end of the course. They will consider a broad spectrum of topics relating to the social and ethical impacts that technology use has, and will focus on developing conceptual understanding, critical awareness and relevant terminology use in the specific context of how technology increasingly continues to affect our daily lives from a global perspective.

 

IB Computer Science prepares students so that they are aware of how computer scientists work and communicate with each other and with other stakeholders in the successful development and implementation of IT solutions. While the methodology used to solve problems in computer science may take a wide variety of forms, the group 4 computer science course emphasizes the need for both a theoretical and practical approach.

 

Assessments:

  EOY Exams / Mock Exams Final
Secondary 1 NA

Multimedia Design: 50%

Programming - Scratch: 50%

Secondary 2 NA

Programming - Python: 50%

Web Development: 50%

IGCSE ICT   (Year 1)

Paper 1: 40%

Paper 2: 60%

CA1: 20%

CA2: 20%  

EOY: 60%

IGCSE ICT   (Year 2) Mock exams CIE Exams

IGCSE CS

(Year 1)

Paper 1: 60%  

Paper 2: 40%

CA1: 20%

CA2: 20%  

EOY: 60%

IGCSE CS   (Year 2) Mock exams CIE Exams

ITGS

(Year 1)

Paper 1

CA1: 20%

CA2: 20%

EOY: 60%

ITGS

(Year 2)

Mock exams IB Exams

Computer Science

(Year 1)

Paper 1: 60%

Paper 2: 40%

CA1: 20%

CA2: 20%

EOY: 60%

Computer Science

(Year 2)

Mock exams IB Exams

CA: Continual assessments during the semesters. Students are evaluated by their test results, graded assignments and the like.

 

Parental Control

This video gives a demonstration of how to setup the parental controls on a MacBook. It is some thing that we recommend EVERY parent does before they give a MacBook to a student. If you need any additional assistance, please contact Mr. Ryan Guo.