Microsoft Office is now available FREE for all learning & teaching staff, as well as for all pupils, in City of Edinburgh Council. You can install Office for free from your Office365 account. You can access this at home by using the URL http://office365.edin.org Your first authentication screen will need to to enter […]
Business Education & Computing
Our aim is to provide our young people with the essential skills including: administrative, computing and entrepreneurial skills for the 21st Century.
The faculty can be found on the second floor of the school building. There are currently 7 computer suites, each housing 21 PC computers.
Starting in August 2014 S1 students will have one period of Digital Literacy and one period of Business Education. In S2 in 2014, the students will spend half of the year learning about Business Education and the other half about Computing Science. See our courses page for more information on our courses. In S2 students have an opportunity to choose optional courses from a range of different subject areas. The optional courses that we offer in our faculty are: Games Development, Apps for Good, Enterprise and School website.
From S3 onwards, students can continue their education in the faculty by choosing the following subjects:
- Administration & IT
- Business Management
- Computing Science
- Computer Games Development
- Extra Curricular Clubs in the Business and Computing Faculty
- Homestudy in the Business Education and Computing Faculty
- S1 Social Enterprise 2017
- S2 Course Choices in the Business Education & Computing Faculty
|Sara Hendrie||Curriculum Leader|
Published on: 23 August 2016
Published on: 23 May 2016
Staff from the Business and Computing faculty will be in Tynecastle High School this week to support students sitting exams. The dates and times are outlined below: Date Time Subject Level Teacher Wed 25th May 9.30-11.45 Computing N5 D Sansom Wed 25th May 9.30-11.45 Business Management N5 D Sherry Wed 25th May 1.30-3.30pm Computing […]
Published on: 26 April 2016
S1 Business and S1 Digital Literacy S1 students can log on to typing.com and practice keyboarding skills. See the infographic below that outlines why these skills are useful. S2 Computing Prior to Easter S2 students in Computing were working on their game or animation. Students can try to recreate their animations or game on the Scratch website. Or […]