I've been thinking about this for a few weeks. we are just about to have our first GCSE computing students finish, and the question is now the implications for A-level. I know that the information covered in A-Level is in more depth, but (at the moment at least) is it significantly more to add the challenge to GCSE computing students? I'm thinking that one of my better GCSE students could master A-level in weeks rather than months.(and that would be more about tackling the extra difficulty in answering A-Level questions) With GCSE ICT there is a significant jump to A-level, but with computing, there isn't, simply because GCSE computing didn't exist. Does this mean that the A-level will change sometime? and what will it change to?