Our curriculum is designed to challenge and inspire our students at every level. Recognising the individuality of our students is paramount to us. To this end we offer a curriculum that is stimulating, broad, balanced, innovative and creative.
In Year 7, 8 and 9 all students follow a program of study comprising English, mathematics, science, ICT, technology, art, music, drama, the humanities (history, geography, religious education), modern foreign language and physical education, with ‘WORK. WORLD. WELLNESS.’ a theme throughout. Students are able to express an element of choice in their Year 9 subjects through the preferences process.
As students make the transition into Key Stage 4 they may have already started to study the GCSE syllabus in some subjects. This provides the students with a head start in achieving the best results possible. As students move into Key Stage 4 they choose preference subjects in addition to the core subjects within the curriculum. These subjects cover both academic and vocational learning pathways, with the aim to provide a range of subjects to suit all abilities and aspirations.
Post-sixteen students choose from a wide range of Level 3 courses designed to suit their individual learning interests. They can follow an A Level learning pathway, an applied learning pathway of BTEC courses (with a proportion of coursework assignments), or a combination of the two. Most students also complete an Extended Project Qualification which develops many of the additional skills and qualities required for further study or the workplace.
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