We want our school to be a warm and welcoming community where students believe that anything is possible because they are challenged, engaged and excited about learning as a result of their curriculum experiences. Students are encouraged, supported and inspired ‘to be the best they can be’ both in academic success and character contributing positively to society as kind, responsible and respectful young people.
We believe that high quality teaching, a broad and balanced curriculum and exposure to a variety of enrichment and personal development experiences will equip students with a rounded skill set to ensure they are future ready.
We are determined to leave no child behind and expect success for all our students. We work proactively with all our stakeholders to break down barriers to academic success and personal goals and where necessary adapting our curriculum.
Students have a broad and balanced curriculum, which consists of: English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, French/German, Religious Studies, PE, Computing, Music, Drama, Art, Design Technology and Personal Development.
The core curriculum, which all students study consists of: English language and literature, Maths, Science, PE, History and or Geography and PSHE which includes Religious Studies.
Most students will also study a Modern Foreign Language and will also have at least 2 further options which include: Triple Science, Art, Computer Science, Ethics, Religious Studies, Child Development, Sport Studies, Drama, Music, Food & Nutrition, Textiles, 3D Design, Engineering and Graphic Design.
More information about the Options process is available in the annual KS4 Options booklet which is provided to Year 9 students to guide them in their choices for KS4 or on our website here. The subjects available may vary according to demand each year.
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