Course Category: GCSE Computing

OCR Level 1/2 Creative iMedia (Games Design)

OCR Level 1/2 Creative iMedia (Games Design)

Our Cambridge National Award in Creative iMedia is being developed for home educated students interested in Games Design.

Please note that this course follows the updated iMedia Specification for teaching from 2022 (J834).


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Class sizes for Creative iMedia are restricted to a maximum of 10 students. Course costs include coursework authentication & marking – exam fees & registration are not included. Exam regiatration is through Tutors and Exams Centres.

The National Award in Creative iMedia is a GCSE equivalent qualification that involves the completion of three assessed units:

Unit 1 : Creative iMedia in the media industry (exam based)

Unit 2: Visual identity and digital graphics (coursework based)

Unit 3: Digital games (coursework based)

For a free introduction and detailed information about this course, please complete our Creative iMedia Pre-Enrolment Course

GCSE Computer Science Masterclasses

GCSE Computer Science Masterclasses

Welcome to the GCSE Computer Science masterclasses. Over the course of 34 weeks, we will take you through the key topics that will help you to excel in your GCSE.

Your lessons are all shown below and will become available to you 7 days before the live lesson date – to check the dates & join your lesson, please go to the Live Lessons page

Quizzes & Assessments will show at the bottom of each lesson & be available to click once you have watched the lesson video in full.

Message Boards

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These classes are aimed at students in year 10 & 11 studying the following courses and use a combined learning approach that encourages an understanding of why topics span all exam boards and what your own exam paper or assessments will look like:

What You Should Do Each Week:

Before the live lesson:

  • Watch the recorded topic video
  • download & try the exam-style questions
  • print the note-taking sheet
  • Check your progress using the “My Progress” Lesson

During the live lesson:

  • Use the notes sheets to record your progress
  • Join in with the activities

After the live lesson:

  • Complete the practice tasks to help with revision
  • Try the quiz for revision
  • Rewatch the video for areas that you missed
iGCSE Computer Science

iGCSE Computer Science

Our IGCSE Computer Science course allows you to learn at your own pace, covering the key aspects of both theory and programming papers, supported by qualified Computer Science teachers.

The most important part of your course is the:

As part of this distance learning course, students have the option to access a weekly live class (term time) covering different aspects of the course. Live classes are run by Holly, a qualified Computer Science teacher and have been designed to give students the opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback on their progress.

Important note: Our course covers the course content, however students are responsible for registering with an exam center and ensuring that they have sufficient time to cover the course content prior to exams.

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Your Progress

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Syllabus Updates

There has been a significant change to the specification for students sitting exams from the summer of 2023.

Sections on lessons shown with a Yellow Heading are updates for the new 2023 specification (this is also highlighted in the lesson title). This specification contains considerably more content and we strongly advise students & parents to complete the course over the recommended full 2 years.