GCSE computer science
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GCSE Computer Science
At Maharishi School students develop real-world programming skills while achieving a deep understanding of the fundamental principles of computing. Computer Science is taught as an elective between 16:00 and 18:00, one afternoon a week, in which students can enroll from years 8 or 9 and complete this GCSE in Year 10.
The course includes computational thinking, algorithms, network protocols and topologies, data structures, software design, programming structures, etc. This provides an academically challenging syllabus for self-motivated students with a passion for computing.