Camden Haven High School

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Computing

Computing is part of the Technology faculty and includes senior school subjects:

  • Software design and development

Software design and development

This course provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in designing and developing software solutions, project management and communication. It does this by looking at the different ways in which software can be developed, the tools that can be used to assist in this process and by considering the interaction between software and other components of computer systems.

  • Coding games and quizzes
  • Project Management Documentation
  • Computer Science Theory 
  • Examinations on theory

Information Processes and Technology

This course provides students with the opportunity to learn about information-based systems and how social, ethical and non-computer procedures resulting from the processes are considered. Students study different types of information systems and through project work create their own information systems to meet identified needs.

Creating:

  • databases
  • Spreadsheets
  • Websites
  • Project documentation 
  • Research

Computing Applications (Distance Education)

Computers and related information technology permeate all aspects of contemporary life. Computer technology has become an integral part of the workplace and it has also become an increasingly obvious part of our entertainment and recreation. Students learn all about basic computing, in particular they use Cloud applications to create, collaborate and share information. 

Creating and sharing online your

  • Google drive folder
  • Google documents
  • Google presentations
  • Google spreadsheets

Digital media

(Based on the Information and Software Technology syllabus)

Individual and group tasks, performed over a range of projects, will enable this practical-based course to deliver the relevant knowledge and skills needed by students. Development of technology skills and information about career opportunities within this area are important aspects of the course.

Creating:

  • Websites using software
  • Games
  • Using Adobe software

Computer Programming

Students learn the basics of computer programming and coding. There is no examinations in this course. Assessments are research task and project based learning. Individual and group tasks, performed over a range of projects, will enable this practical-based course to deliver the relevant knowledge and skills needed by students. 

Creating 

  • Animations
  • Games like pacman
  • Research