Computing

Computing is taught to all pupils at Tupton Hall School, from Year 7 to Year 11.

The Computing Faculty was established in September 2004 with the appointment of a Head of Faculty, and is growing and progressing at a very fast pace. The School was newly built in 2003 and the ICT facilities are, in keeping with the rest of the school, of an exceptional standard.

Nearly 600-networked PCs in 8 Faculty based computer suites, along with an Interactive whiteboard and data projector in each of these. There is also a central area with 2 Post 16 rooms, a Learning Support suite and the Library suite for general use.

Computing is taught across the full age and ability range, with the new Key Stage 3 National Curriculum model; with ECDL and GCSE Computer Science being delivered at KS4.