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Business and Computing Faculty

Welcome to the Business and Computing Faculty

S1 - S3

Administration and IT Business Management Computing Science

Computer Games Development


Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) help us learn better, more efficiently and creatively, to innovate, to solve complex problems and access wider and more up-to-date knowledge.  ICT provides everyone with flexible and accessible learning opportunities, in and outside the classroom.


The ICT Faculty consists of the Business Education and Computing Science Departments.  The Faculty offers a range of courses including S1/S2 ICT; Administration and IT; Business Management; Computer Games Development, and, Computing Science at Levels 3 and 4 Experiences and Outcomes in the Broad General Education, and Nationals 3-6 in Senior Phase.

The aims of our courses are to develop:


  • your communication skills (using a variety of formats)
  • your skills in problem solving and decision making
  • your creativity and thinking skills to support innovation
  • an enterprising ‘can do’ attitude
  • your employability skills


The Faculty has an open-door policy, where all pupils can attend before school, at lunchtimes and after school to receive support for a course-related difficulty.

Careers Information

Today, the majority of industries and occupations rely on technology.

Studying ICT-based subjects will help advance your skills, to create a pathway to your future.  Developing your talents and abilities to the full – opening up career opportunities in:


  • Advertising and Marketing
  • Animation/Games Design



  • Banking and Financial Services
  • Communications and Entertainment



  • Digital Media
  • Events Management



  • Health Services
  • Human Resource Management



  • Law and legal profession
  • Police



  • Programming/Computing
  • Sales and Retail



  • Science
  • Travel Agencies


Learners who study ICT-based subjects’ progress to further and higher education, training programmes, apprenticeships and employment opportunities.  On leaving education and training, young people actively contribute to the success of businesses as employees, managers or as self-employed individuals.


Website links

General links:

Business Education:

Computing Science