Year 11 have come back from the summer break confident and ready to tackle their final year of the course. There is a lot of work ahead of them, including 20 hours of NEA controlled assessment to complete but with the hard work and resilience the girls have shown all the way through year 10, I am confident that they will take this in their stride. The Year 10 girls have been learning the theory behind computers and programming and have started to look at algorithms, pseudocode and computational thinking. This has challenged the girls to think like a computer and to understand how computer programs are designed and then written. The girls have also been looking at their Python skills and have started to develop some working programs. A fantastic start to their GCSE. Keep it up girls! Remember revision guides and workbooks are available on ParentPay.
Curriculum Leader for C.A.T. Faculty