The Computer Science department has its labs in both the Adamson and the Gascoigne buildings. Computing is taught as the fourth STEM subject in the First and Second Forms. An examined course is offered at GCSE and A level, providing opportunities for pupils to explore complex elements of Computing, break down problems and apply practical skills.
Subjects taught here
Built in the 17th century as the Rectory, part of the Rectory Manor, the property was owned the Smiths brewing family for much of the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the 1970s the building was enlarged with an office block by Anglian Water Authority. The School purchased the property from them in the 1990s. The Gascoigne was officially opened in March 1996 and named after Mr C. Gascoigne, former chair of the Governors and a member of the Worshipful Company of Grocers.