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Toyota Virtual Plant Tour

Car manufacturing is a great example of where technology has been used to largely automate a process, allowing greater productivity, fewer errors and more precision. Toyota provide a virtual tour of the process, essential for those studying GCSE and A level computer science to have an awareness of.

Virtual tour

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Revision for computer science

CPU Fetch-Decode-Execute Animation

Programming

Taking A Level Computer Science

How robots are taking over warehouse work

A Level CS: Algorithm Assembly Instructions

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CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance)

Design & Technology Trips

Technology and Food Studies

Key Stage 3 practical sessions information

Science & Innovation

Week beginning 11 Dec 2023: 'Life Lessons'

Week beginning 29 Jan 2024: 'Life Lessons'

National Apprenticeship Week 2024 - Guide for Parents

Year 8

Creative and Performing Arts

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GCSE RESOURCES FOR NEA1

Learnit Physics Paper 1 Mix 1

Attack the Block revision

GCSE CS: 1.5 Networks - TCP/IP Layers and Protocols

Code.Org - Express computer science course

Realism

Screenplay Subs

District 9 revision

Year 11 Food NEA 1 catch up sessions

MegaProcessor - the largest CPU in the world

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My Examinations

Summer 2024 Exam Arrangements

Year 5 Open afternoons

History and Old Hartisians

National Apprenticeship Week 2024

Cover Supervisor - PE Specialism

Artificial intelligence and assessments

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