Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of safety and misuse when using technology
Operate and take care of a computer and its common peripherals
Use a computer to accomplish given tasks
Appreciate the role computers play in everyday life.
Demonstrate understanding and operating skills required for a variety of CS
Communicate using appropriate multimedia to interact with others.
Enable learners attain Entrepreneurship skills for survival
Understand and apply requirements of CS ethics and security.
Share their knowledge and skills through the internet
Create posters and other advertisement materials for the school events.
Ensure appropriate email address is used for formal communications.
Carry out a detailed research programme related to computing.
Collaborate and share knowledge and ideas with others
There will be two modes of assessments namely: Theory and a practical. Thus the examination of Computer Studies will be divided into two sections.
1. Theory (external assessment by the examinations board): 60%
2. Practical (Paper 2) (External – Examination board): 40%
- Teacher: Allan Mwewa