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St Peter's School

Cambridge National Information Technologies

Cambridge National Information Technologies is a course aimed at developing students’ understanding of the tools, techniques, methods and processes for technological solutions. Students develop transferable skills useful for whichever industry they choose to work in.

The structure of the course is as follows;

UNIT

UNIT NAME

ASSESSMENT

TOPICS

Percentage of Final Grade

R012

Understanding tools, techniques, methods and processes for technological solutions

1 hour 45 minute examination paper at the end of Year 10

  1. Tools and techniques to initiate and plan solutions.
  2. Initiation and planning a solution to meet an identified need.
  3. Data collection, storage and use.
  4. Factors affecting collection and processing of data.
  5. Importing and manipulating data.
  6. Methods of processing data and presenting information.
  7. Selecting and presenting information.
  8. Iterative review and evaluation.

50%

R013

Developing technological solutions

20 hour controlled assessment in Year 11.

1a. Initiation and planning

1b. Importing and manipulating data.

1c. Select and present integrated information.

2a. Analysis of brief and planning research.

2b. Importing and manipulating data.

2c. Selecting and presenting information.

3a. Iterative review and final evaluation.

50%

 Available Resources

RESOURCE NAME

CONTENTS

URL

Specification

Details about the course and past papers.

http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/vocational-education-and-skills/cambridge-nationals-information-technologies-level-1-2-j808/

 

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