Our CIE IGCSE Computer Science course allows you to learn with the flexibility of home education combined with expert tuition & marking every week. Covering the key aspects of both theory and programming papers, supported by a qualified Computer Science teacher – Holly Billinghurst.
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Fees below are a subscription to access the full course which is a recommended two full years of study – this may be less if you complete the course earlier. This provides you with access to the whole course and tutor marking to complete in the order that suits you and at your own pace, with a weekly workshop where you can ask Holly questions.
It is recommended by the exam board that students will be studying over two years, but we are aware that some students may wish to condense their study.
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Once registered, you will have access to the full course which covers all topics for the iGCSE Computer Science and is aimed at the full 120 – 180 hours of study required for a full iGCSE. This includes:
- Video lessons from fully qualified Computer Science tutor (Holly Billinghurst)
- Written content and downloadable tasks / worksheets
- Student message system with your tutor for help between lessons
- Assessment opportunities
- On Screen quizzes
- Practical Programming tasks
- Weekly Tutor Marked Assignments throughout the course
- Tutor marked mock exam (new each year)
Frequently Asked Questions
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We are aware that a number of home educating parents will be concerned about potential data sharing as part of the proposed reforms to the Education Act. At present, we do not share data with local authorities unless you are directly funded by them. Should any changes to data sharing be announced, I will confirm this in writing to all parents.