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Infromation Technology

Year 8 Information Technology       

The TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE (T&E) curriculum for YEAR 8 is built around Computer Networks, the Internet, the World Wide Web, the Intranet, Web Design and Global Positioning System.  By the end of Year 8, students would have developed skills in Computer Networks, the Internet, the World Wide Web, the Intranet, Web Design and Global Positioning System.  With the wealth of this knowledge at this standard, students will have some understanding of Information and Communications Technology and how the global aspect of Information Technology has infiltrated into the comforts of our home, office or workplace through wireless integration of networks.

Year 9 Information Technology

The TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE (T&E) curriculum for YEAR 9 is built around in recognising IT Jobs, Effects of Social Media, Mobile Technologies, Web Design (images), Web Design (movies, video or animated files) and Computer Programming in Visual Basic.  By the end of Year 9, students would have develop skills in recognising IT Jobs, Effects of Social Media, Mobile Technologies, Web Design (images), Web Design (movies, video or animated files) and Computer Programming in Visual Basic.  With the wealth of this knowledge at this level, students will have a fair understanding of Information and Communications Technology and how the global aspect of Information Technology has infiltrated into the comforts of our home, office or workplace through wireless integration of networks, the aspect of programming where information systems are built from developing a system through the use of writing programming code, script languages of web-design, the use of images and video where the student is equipped to know how computer programs work.

Year 10 Information Technology       

The TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE (T&E) curriculum for YEAR 10 is built around in: What is a database, Digital and Analog TVs, the Design of Databases, Network Administration, the use of Visual Basic for mathematical calculations.  By the end of Year 10, students would have develop skills in What is a database, Digital and Analog TVs, the Design of Databases, Network Administration, the use of Visual Basic for mathematical calculations.  With the wealth of this knowledge at this level, students will have a reasonable understanding of Information and Communications Technology and how the global aspect of Information Technology has infiltrated into the comforts of our home, office or workplace through wireless integration of networks, the aspect of programming where information systems are built from developing a system through the use of writing programming code, the design of simple databases, design database tables,  write SQL (Structure Query Language) scripts to query information from databases, design forms for data input and generate reports from queries for management reporting.  In summary for this course, the student is equipped to know how databases function, the design of mathematical applications through programming and administration of networks.