The National Qualifications in Computing Science enable pupils to develop a range of computing and computational thinking skills across a range of contemporary contexts. This includes analytical skills, problem-solving skills, design and modelling skills, and the ability to develop, implement and test digital solutions. With challenging, coherent and enjoyable learner journeys through all levels, these courses take account of the modern technologies and development methodologies related to software development and information systems.

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National 4 & 5


Cardinal Newman High School North Lanarkshire Council

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