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  • Evaluating work 5-6

    Guidance on progressing pupils in secondary ICT. Table sets out what pupils learn in level 5 and 6, and what they typically can do. In this thread, pupils create a model of a seating plan for a theatre booking system in a spreadsheet or database, and use this information to update a web page for audience members. Part of the Ensuring pupil progress section of the ICT Secondary Framework.

  • Evaluating work 4-5

    Guidance on progressing pupils in secondary ICT. Table sets out what pupils learn in level 4 and 5, and what they typically can do. In this thread, pupils create a news story about their school using text and images in word processing applications. Part of the Ensuring pupil progress section of the ICT Secondary Framework.

  • Addressing the new secondary curriculum for ICT

    Information about the main differences between the previous ICT curriculum and the new programme of study.

  • Sequencing 4-5

    Guidance on progressing pupils in secondary ICT. Table sets out what pupils learn in level 4 and 5, and what they typically can do. In this thread, pupils create a design which might be used at the Olympics. It also suggests key questions to be considered and common misconceptions. Part of the Ensuring pupil progress section of the ICT Secondary Framework.

  • Sequencing 5-6

    Guidance on progressing pupils in secondary ICT. Table sets out what pupils learn in level 5 and 6, and what they typically can do. In this thread, pupils develop a menu-driven navigation system for a website and then carry out the relevant tests. It also suggests key questions to be considered and common misconceptions. Part of the Ensuring pupil progress section of the ICT Secondary Framework.

  • Communicating 4–5

    Guidance on progressing pupils in secondary ICT. Table sets out what pupils learn in level 4 and 5, and what they typically can do. In this thread, issues around attaching various types of files to emails are considered. It also suggests key questions to be considered and common misconceptions. Part of the Ensuring pupil progress section of the ICT Secondary Framework.

  • Communicating 5-6

    Guidance on progressing pupils in secondary ICT. Table sets out what pupils learn in level 5 and six, and what they typically can do. In this thread, pupils undertake comparisons of transmitted information. It also suggests key questions to be considered and common misconceptions. Part of the Ensuring pupil progress section of the ICT Secondary Framework.

  • The Framework for secondary ICT: Introduction

    Introduction to the renewed Framework for secondary Information and Communication Technology, which identifies yearly learning objectives from Year 7 to Year 11 and shows lines of progression in ICT. Describes its rationale to: reflect the revised ICT programmes of study; extend the Framework in Key Stage 4; and re-energise the Framework as a web resource.

  • Subject guidance and support for secondary ICT

    Breakdown of the guidance and support opportunities, including functional ICT, ensuring pupil progress, inclusion and intervention and assessment, target setting and pupil tracking.

  • Subject leader guidance

    Guidance on the specific challenges presented by secondary ICT to school leaders. Includes key points on strategic leadership in ICT.

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