Computing Science

Welcome to the Computing Department.The following staff work in the department: Mrs M McGovern

The development of computing over the last few decades has been significant in terms of speed and scope. It has had an effect on all aspects of our lives and its future course remains unpredictable. Computing is both a science and a technology and has wide-ranging social implications. It encompasses a very wide field of study merging at its boundaries with many other disciplines. It provides us with many increasingly powerful hardware and software tools. Our society requires more and more individuals who have the skills to use these tools who understand how they work and who have the ability to develop new and improved tools.

Our courses are as follows:

S1-2 Courses:

Computing CfE Outcomes and Experiences are taught as part of the S1/2 ICT course. Click S1 and S2 ICT Course for details of this course


All S1 and S2 ICT teaching groups now have their own dedicated digital classroom.  Work for you to do can be found here.  Also, your marked work will be returned to you in your digital classroom. Classes are identified by their practical groups (P1 – P7).  To join your Google classroom you will need the class code.  Each classroom has its own joining code – make sure you know yours!  Check your school email for an invite.


  • 1P1 = thsmykt
  • 1P4 = cfoj6pl
  • 1P5 = qr4ybbz
  • 1P6 = ljhlru3
  • 1P7 = ea7mnnl


  • 2P1 = 5tojig7
  • 2P2 = cve6w6l
  • 2P3 = ne6g6z2
  • 2P4 = ytguysk
  • 2P5 = zfmqw3t
  • 2P6 = qe5neg7
  • 2P7 = dsa3ywp

S3-4 Courses that are delivered include:


S5-6 Courses that are delivered include: