Our curriculum proposition will provide progression and continuity predicated on the matching of work to the ability of each student whilst challenging them to be aspirational and strive to reach their full potential. The nature and range of activities and delivery will afford opportunities to learn and be successful both in and out of the classroom setting. Our programmes of study are broad and balanced, meeting the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum, while recognising the need for the development of the whole student, improving their health and encompassing their social, moral, spiritual development.
We aim to create a happy learning environment that develops self-esteem and co-operativity and encourages everyone to value diversity.
Students are helped to develop specific skills and an enjoyment of learning through investigating in an atmosphere where consideration for others and co-operation forms the basis for activities. Subjects will be delivered by skilled practitioners who offer positive feedback and interaction that enables students to make good progress, as they become creative, effective and confident learners.
The following subjects are taught at Key Stage 3:
English Language Chemistry
Computer science Biology
Design Technology English Literature
Food technology PSHE
Art, Craft & Design PE
Geography Religious Education
History Personal Social Development
The following subjects are offered at Key Stage 4 leading to GCSEs, BTEC, Entry Level Certificates or other vocational qualifications:
Mathematics Combined Science
English Language Food Technology
English Literature Art & Design
Chemistry PE (non-GCSE)
Physics Personal Social Development
Homework is set by education staff and supported in the homes. The school will offer access to schemes such as AQA Unit Award Scheme, ASDAN, Entry Level, GCSE and BTEC, which will contribute towards the overall framework for progression.
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