ICT is a broad subject that equips learners to use technology effectively in their lives – whether it is for personal, educational, community, social or business purposes. It has the potential to be a powerful enabler of transformation, equipping our students to make invaluable contributions to society. To do this, they need to understand the tools they are using, develop the skills to make wise decisions and gain the confidence to use technology as a means to finding innovative solutions to problems that would otherwise be unachievable or have less effective or less efficient solutions. Learners, who will ultimately be our leaders and agents for change, should understand ICT, be enabled to design tools for action and be able to think creatively about where ICT can support interventions.


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Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4
Key Stage 5

Key Stage 5

ICT Staff

  • Mr S Robson
    Head of Business and Computing/Enterprise Coordinator
  • Mr S Hennessey
    Teacher Training Lead, Teacher of ICT
  • Dr D Baker
    Computing Curriculum Lead
  • Mrs L Rowland
    Applied Business Curriculum Lead, Teacher of Business & Computer Science
  • Mr N Wiecek
    Head of Year 8 & Teacher of Business & ICT

Sixth Form

The Emmanuel College Curriculum

Vision, Mission and Virtues