Computing & IT is a fast moving industry with lots of potential career pathways. Students in the department will benefit from a range of enrichment activities which include team-building days, work with higher education institutions and live client briefs with technology companies. There will also be opportunities to gain work experience and visits from guest speakers from the IT industry.
Students gain the skills required to enter into careers in many IT related disciplines and progress to professional status in their chosen field.
Joshua took several STEM subjects whilst at the college as well as the Extended Project Qualification.
He achieved Distinction*, A, C, A grades in IT (single award), Mathematics, Physics and the Extended Project Qualification.
Joshua is heading to the University of Portsmouth to study Computer Science.
On Tuesday 15 November, Jack and Dan from technology firm MOOV2 came into the college as part of the nationwide campaign, Digital Day. As part of Digital Day,…Read more >
This is the written account by Sinem Salman, one of the finalists for the Network Rail 'Could IT Be You' competition. It details her experience applying for the…Read more >
On Monday 7 March, Science, Computing, Maths, and Business students attended a presentation given by photonics pioneer Professor Sir David Payne, called 'Glass…Read more >
Steph Cooke - Head of Faculty of IT & Computing, Mathematics and Science
Teacher of IT