Choosing the right Specification
Helping you choose your new GCSE CS Specification:
- Evaluation of the new Specifications
- Interactive spreadsheet (right click, save as)
- Summary presentation (right click, save as)
An evaluation of how the new specifications (first examination 2022) for AQA, Edexcel and OCR compare with an interactive spreadsheet allowing you to compare the specifications side by side. There is also a summary presentation available. Editor’s choices: Edexcel if you want an onscreen programming exam using Python or OCR if you want exam paper based programming questions.
Transitioning from old to new GCSE Computer Science
Moving from the old to new GCSE:
An explanation of how to make the transition to OCR’s, EdExcel’s and AQA’s new specifications for Computer Science (first examination 2022) including side by side specification changes highlighted to clearly show the changes that have been made and a brief explanation on how each will impact your teaching. All the hard work done for you, except for AQA where the specification content has had to be redacted at their request.
The best resources available for GCSE Computer Science
While you are here, do check out the new and updated Ultimate GCSE Computer Science Resources for the new specification.
Changes from OCR’s J277 v1 to v2 specification (June 2020)
You can download this free guide to see the version 2 (v2) changes made by OCR in June 2020 to their J277 specification for first teaching in September 2020. If you are using the documents above, then these have already been updated for J277 v2 so you shouldn’t need to use this separate guide for v2.