ICT & Computing Department Page

Excellence can be achieved through effort determination and the desire to succeed. Positive attitude to learning + hard work = Success.

The aim of the department is to enable all students to become independent uses of ICT and to ensure all students have knowledge of Computing. We want to contribute to the curriculum aims for all young people to become: Successful learners; who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve. Confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives. Responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

Through the delivery of ICT and Computing at Wood Green Academy the team are able to:Encourage independent learners Provide a foundation in Computing and ICT for all students Inspire students at KS3 and prepare students for GCSE and Post 16 courses Meet all learners’ needs Encourage learners to express themselves creatively Develop learners’ thinking and problem solving skills Develop a range of ICT skills Support the school’s specialisms in Maths and Computing Support opportunities for all abilities and interests Develop and support those learners identified as gifted and/or talented Share ideas, experiences, knowledge and skills which will benefit the learner Design experiences outside of the classroom, which encourage learners in the constructive thinking process Support policies that help children to achieve more Provide support and share ideas with other departments within the school Communicate targets for achievement with learners and their parents.

 

The Team


Ms J K Rai  Head of IT and Computing
Mr T Anstey Teacher of Computing and ICT/Key Stage 5 Manager
Mr M Raja Teacher of Computing and ICT/Key Stage 3 Manager
Mr C Taylor Teacher of Computing and ICT, Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator
Mr G Berdesha Teacher of Computing and Maths
Mrs K Pritchett Teacher of ICT & Business Studies
Mr R Abdul Teacher of Computing and ICT


Learning

GCSE Bitesize
Teach ICT
If students need extra support; please see staff so sessions can be arranged.