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Longfield Learning Station

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Our mission is to provide an outstanding education in both the theoretical and applied components of computing, digital literacy and internet safety which will enable students to be safe proficient users of technology.

The department aims to provide an engaging curriculum to ignite students love of learning through challenging students to achieve. We aim to provide students with a range of professional and transferable skills that are required in the world of work and across the school.

The department strives to teach students to successfully apply their education to solve real-world problems thus enhancing their future life chances in the ever changing and challenging global environment of the 21st Century. Students will learn a wide range of skills including e-safety, data handling, including spreadsheet and database skill, presentation, analytical, and programming skills, which they will apply to a range of scenarios. These skills will be essential for students as nearly every career relies on some use of ICT or computing; therefore, we aim to equip the students with the skill to progress at post 16 further study, apprenticeships, or employment. Additionally, a weekly computing club helps students develop their programming skills and knowledge



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