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INTEGRITY, TENACITY, SERVICE

Course Assessment

Grade Assessment Detail

9

Students can independently identify and analyse a complex problem and innovatively plan it with no help; can write

an innovative and highly efficient solution to a multifaceted problem and can comprehensively annotate work in a way

which not only shows understanding but would also allow a third party to fully understand what has been done; can fully

judge, critique, question, appraise, interpret, discuss and explain high level computing concepts and can investigate and

formulate; present work in a professional, comprehensive and thorough manner.

8

Students can analyse, decompose and innovatively plan a complex problem with no help; can write innovative and

efficient programa or solutions to problems with a wide scope and can clearly annotate work showing a high level

of understanding; can extend the scope of the problem with their own ideas; can judge, critique, question, appraise,

interpret, discuss and explain theoretical aspects of Computing; can also investigate and formulate; present work in a

detailed and professional manner, fully documenting all design stages.

7

Students can analyse, decompose and plan a complex problem with little or no help; can write efficient programs or

solutions to a problem with a wide scope and can clearly annotate work showing clear understanding; can investigate,

judge, critique, question, appraise, interpret, discuss and explain theoretical aspects of Computing; present work is

professional and detailed manner; can document all design stages.

6

Students can analyse and partially plan a complex problem with little or no help; can write a program or solution to a

problem with a wider scope and can refine the solution to improve efficiency; can annotate work clearly and annotation

shows understanding; can question, appraise, interpret discuss and explain theoretical aspects of Computing; presentat

work is professional and detailed manner; can document most design stages.

5

Students can analyse and partially plan more complex problems with some help; can write a program or solution to a

problem with a wider scope with little help and can refine the solution to improve efficiency; can annotate work clearly;

can understand discuss and explain theoretical aspects of Computing; present work visually and clearly with detail.

4

Students can analyse a simple problem without any help; can write a simple program or solutions to problems with little,

or no help; are able to refine solutions to improve efficiency, whilst providing some annotation; can discuss and explain

theoretical aspects of Computing; present work clearly and containing a good level of detail.

3

Students can analyse a simple problem with little or no help; can write a simple program or solution to a problem

with little help, whilst providing limited annotation; have basic knowledge of, and can discuss, theoretical aspects of

Computing; present work in a reasonable way, containing a satisfactory level of detail.

2

Students can break down simple problems with some help; can write a basic programs or solutions to problems with

some help; know some facts about Computing and can provide a context; present work reasonably and containing some

detail.

1

Students need help to break down problems; create basic programs or solutions to problems which use simple

instructions with help; know some facts about Computing; present work but only briefly.

For further information contact: Mr D Hewitt