St Louis Grammar School
A specialist school for Technology and Computing
St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel, is a co-educational Specialist School in Technology and Computing that caters for pupils aged 11-18. We have over 590 pupils on roll which includes a thriving sixth form. We offer a broad range of subjects at all Key Stages including GCSEs and Post-16 qualifications including A Levels, Applied courses and BTECs. Pupils come from the surrounding area: Kilkeel, Warrenpoint, Annalong, Newcastle, Castlewellan, Hilltown, Mayobridge and Rostrevor. Our expert staff offer the full range of STEM subjects - Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Computing.
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In this course you will learn how to use the VLE, know what 'Netiquette' is, and begin to understand how to protect yourself whilst online. You will create a publication electronically based on the theme of e-communication and e-safety. You will use online software called "Prezi" to do this. You will give your presentation to the class.
This course is designed to teach the Year 9 the basics of Spreadsheets including the terminology, using formulae, inserting headers and footers, formatting a spreadsheet and display information using Graphs. The course is for 6 weeks including an assessment to complete the course.
In this unit you will learn how to design and implement a multimedia and database application using appropriate tools, including how to test your product.
A2 2:Section A: Close Analysis of an extract from a post-1990 novel-The Ilusionist (Women In Society)
This unit requires students to study change and/or development over a sufficient period of time to demonstrate understanding of the process of change both long term (100 years) and short term. Entitled 'Clash of Ideologies 1900-2000', this module looks at Tsarist foreign policy, the advance of communism outside the USSR and the opponents of Communism.
This unit requires students to engage inhistorical enquiry by investigating specific historical questions, problems or issues and use historical sources critically in their context, deploying information and reaching substantiated conclusions. Through the study of this unit, students should be given the opportunity to develop the ability to ask relevant and significant questions about the past and research them. The assessment of this unit will involve unseen sources based on Irish History from 1900-1925.
This unit will require students to engage in historical enquiry by investigating specific historical questions, problems or issues and use historical sources critically in their context, deploying information and reaching substantiated conclusions. The content focus is on The Weimar Republic and the rise of the Nazi Party and Nazi Germany 1933-45.
This paper assesses candidates’ outline knowledge of significant events,developments and personalities associated with the Cold War and its resolution c1945–c1991. This paper lasts for 1hr 15mins and you will take the exam at the end of Yr12. It is worth 25% of your final mark.
The theme of this course is the Twentieth Century. This includes units of work on a 20th theme (e.g. music, fashion, sport), siginificant events and individuals (e.g. the Holocaust and the Berlin Wall), The reasons for and consequences of the Partition of Ireland.
The focus of this course is on the Government and Politics of Northern Ireland from 1994 to the present day. Topics include the arrangements for government of NI from 1994 (Direct Rule and Devolution), the startegies and policies of the main NI political parties, the changes in electoral support for the main parties and the political effects of the main electoral systems used in NI.