Alderman Peel

High School

Enterprise Media & Technology

The Team

Team Member Position Email Address
Mr R Corby Director of Learning for Enterprise, Media and Technology rcorby46rg@nsix.org.uk
Mr B Tawana Assistant Principal - Teacher of Business & Enterprise btawana8nrg@nsix.org.uk
Mr H Murkin Teacher of Mathematics and Computing hmurkin64rz@nsix.org.uk
Mrs A Moffat Teacher of Design Technology amoffat5rr6@nsix.org.uk
Mr M Barison Teacher of Food Technology and Catering & Hospitality mbarison5brw@nsix.org.uk
Mrs R Brown Teacher of Spanish and Travel & Tourism rbrown8yrk@nsix.org.uk
Mr B Arrowsmith Teacher of Travel and Tourism barrowsmith8yrd@nsix.org.uk
Mr T Heron Technology Technician and Teacher of Computing theron9xrc@nsix.org.uk

 

Curriculum Intent

The Enterprise, Media and Technology Faculty curriculum seeks to meet the aims and scope of the Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 National Curriculum in the subject areas of Computing and Design & Technology. 

The school curriculum seeks to provide outstanding personal development by supporting, promoting and instilling the values of APHS - Ambition, Pride, Happiness and Success.

The Enterprise, Media and Technology curriculum has the following intent:

Value Intent
Ambition To develop the knowledge, practical skills and understanding required to be successful in STEMM industries, as well as replicate work processes and produce outcomes that are considered to be industry standard.
Pride Through encountering real-life scenarios and working hard to overcome them, students should produce work of a high personal standard and feel proud of their accomplishments.
Happiness Students should enjoy working on a broad and highly relevant curriculum that meets their local needs and develops skills for possible future employment.
Success To gain a variety of GCSE and Vocational Qualifications at the highest possible level. To offer a broad portfolio of qualifications to prepare them for the future.

 



Curriculum Implementation

Key Stage 3 is delivered in Year 7, 8 and 9 across three years. Students will then undertake their options process during year 9, after which Key Stage 4 is formally delivered in Year 10 and 11 across two years.

At Key Stage 4, the faculty provides the following curriculum offer:

  • NCFE Level 1/2 Certificate in Interactive Media
  • OCR GCSE Computer Science
  • WJEC Eduqas Level 2 Vocational Award in Catering and Hospitality
  • AQA GCSE Design and Technology
  • Edexcel Pearson Level 2 BTEC Award in Travel and Tourism
  • Edexcel Pearson Level 2 BTEC Tech Award in Enterprise

 



Curriculum Impact

The Enterprise, Media and Technology faculty makes a significant contribution to the Open Element of the Progress 8 Performance Measure.

2019 Results:

  • 100% pass rate Computer Science
  • 89% of students achieved at least a Grade 4 in Design and Technology
  • 100% pass rate in Catering and Hospitality

The first assessment for BTEC Travel and Tourism and BTEC Enterprise is due to take place in Summer 2020.

 

Further details on these subjects can be found here: