I could have, and genuinely feel the diet of ICT our school gives pupils from Y7 to Y13 is sufficient to warrant a place on the eBac. We could go down the route of "x could be learnt with no in school training", but heck, I could pick up Michel Thomas' French CD's and learn the language to GCSE level - it doesn't mean French should be off the curriculum, the CD in fact just scratches the surface of the language. Just because pupils are more ICT literate, more engaged and pick up ICT easier does not mean our subject is worth less. The problem is many schools haven't moved on from Curriculum 2000 and feel this level of knowledge is enough for our pupils. It isn't, it's too basic and rewriting the curriculum in line with current standards of learning ensures pupils still feel challenged to achieve in hte classroom.