Computer Studies Curriculum

The philosophy of the Computer Studies Curriculum is based on cultivating students’ computational thinking and in order to improve their problem-solving skills. Therefore, the main stream of the curriculum involves ‘coding’ and it develop students’ coding skills systematically and progressively. It is believed that coding is common nowadays. In light of this, students begin to learn coding in a suitable level to cultivate their computational thinking.

The diagram below shows the structure of the coding curriculum for students:

Apart from coding, students also learn to use different computer software for general needs such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint and typing skills…etc.

Moreover, another major role of the curriculum is to improve students’ information literacy for them to use computer ethically and handle information wisely in regards to their attitudes.