Pathways to learning

Our differentiated curriculum offers students different courses and pathways consistent with their abilities and aptitudes. They are encouraged to aim high and progress at a rate which is challenging but suits them.

In Years 7-11 students formally study the National Curriculum: English, mathematics, science (including three separate sciences for some at KS4), ICT and computing, modern foreign languages, history, geography, design technology, dance, drama, performing arts, music, art, PE, health and social education, citizenship and religious education. Social Enterprise Qualifications are part of the rich curriculum offer and includes many Leadership Qualifications.

Active learning

Our curriculum focus upon active learning ensures that our students:

work alongside teachers, the senior leadership team and governors to continuously improve teaching and learning are the drivers in a range of extra-curricular clubs and activities


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For those of you who have been enquiring, Year 7 reports were posted home on Thursday. Hopefully you will receive them by Monday.


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