Information Communications Technology concerns itself with how digital technology can help us as individuals, businesses and organisations to use information.
We’re not just interested in how to use Microsoft Office on a PC but cover any product that will store, retrieve, manipulate, transmit or receive information electronically in a digital form. While that may include personal computers, we also explore mobile devices like smart phones and tablets as well as digital television, games consoles and any other communication device we might come across.
Alongside ICT we teach Computer Science where we learn to think like a computer and to break problems down into steps that help us solve those problems. Students also learn to develop computer programs, at first visually but eventually being able to use the Java programming language used by millions of professional software developers around the world.