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The Sitemap:

Need to find a page quickly? A site map's sure to help...

June 2018 - Note that I'm currently having a bit of a clear out and restructure of a lot of the site. If something is linked from here but the link doesn't work then it means I've not gotten around to sorting this page out yet.

Computer Science

AQA GCSE Computer Science
AQA GCSE Computer Science
Edexcel GCSE Computer Science

The ICT Section

Creative iMedia
KS3 Computing
WJEC Applied ICT A Level
WJEC Applied ICT A Level
WJEC Applied ICT A Level
AQA Applied A Level ICT
AQA Applied A Level ICT
AQA Applied A Level ICT
Functional ICT ECDL


Geography Resources Page GCSE Geography Revision
Revision Pages
Revision Pages


BTEC First Business


These are testing sites or content I hosted for other people. The exist as their own little website and generally have no links from the main site (other than from here of course).

Fromus centre site - designed by the lovely Megan (the lovely one note, not that other one :-) )

Pastel - by Kerrie and Ben (who are also lovely of course). PASTEL are a Community Interest Company who operate in Saxmundham. They operate the Fromus Centre as well as other activities in the area. Don Tricker commissioned both sites which were produced at school as an integral part of the students' A Level work

Milicent Garrett Fawcett - produced by the lovely Katie as part of her extended project work. The team won the Time Team Your Town competition, although I'm not sure the site we built necessarily contributed massively towards that

Purely Metal - a sample for a local metal working company that, due to a number of things, was never fully developed

Out & About - a transfer project used by our feeder middle schools (before the county council decided they'd like to choose the worst moment in history to close them)

AVS - a potential layout for the Alde Valley School site which was never developed

Oxbridge Guide - a PDF resource that came from a very old newsgroup (yes, I remember newsgroups) but that may still be vaguely relevant.