Curriculum Information

Please click on the Subject title to find out more about it. If you have any further questions please contact the subject teacher.

Subject

Core/Option

Ebacc Subject?

Art, Craft and Design

Option

 X

Citizenship Studies

Option

X

Computer Science

Option

Yes

Creative iMedia

Option

X

Dance

Option

 X

Drama

Option

 X

Design Technology

Option

 X

English Language

Core

Yes

English Literature

Core

Yes

Food Preparation & Nutrition

Option

Food & Cookery (L2)

Option

X

French

Option

Yes

Geography

Option

Yes

Health & Social Care

Option

 X

History

Option

Yes

IT (TLM Level 1/2) Qualification

Option

X

Mathematics

Core

Yes

Media Studies

Option

 X

Music

Option

 X

Music Technology

Option

X

PE

Option

 X

PE BTEC Level 2

Option

X

Performance Skills

Option

X

Photography

Option

 X

Religion & Ethics

Core

X

Science

Core

Yes

Spanish

Option

Yes


Key Stage 3 

The following subjects are compulsory at KS3

English, maths, science, art and design, citizenship, computing, design and technology, languages, geography, history, music, physical education, religious education and sex and relationships education.

PSHE and careers is also delivered through the tutor programme and drop down days. 

Allocation of lessons: 

Subject EnEe Ma EM Sc Hi Gg Cm Fr/Sp Da Dr Mu Cs Ar Te Pe Total 
No. of Lessons 8 850 

We run a fortnightly timetable cycle (25 lessons per week). The lesson allocation is shown below. 

Key Stage 4

The following subjects are compulsory at KS4:

English, maths, science, citizenship, computing, RE and sex and relationships education.

As well as the above, schools must offer at least one course from each of the four entitlement areas and students must have the opportunity to take a course in all four areas should they wish.

1. The arts – art and design, music, dance, drama and media arts
2. Design and technology
3. Humanities – Geography and history
4. Modern foreign language 

 Allocation of lessons: 

We run a fortnightly timetable cycle (25 lessons per week). The lesson allocation is shown below. 

Subject

En

Ma

Sc

Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Option 4

PE

 

Cm

Total

Number Lessons

8

8

9

5

5

5

5

2

3

50

Number

Quals

2

1

2

1

1

1

1

0

1

10









Cm (My Community)  will teach RE, citizenship, sex and relationships and the computing requirement.

We also deliver the PSHE and careers agenda through the tutor program and drop down days.

Science triples will get 9+1 in Year 11, but 9 in year 10.  The extra lesson comes from CM.

Alternative curriculum students will get one less option. 



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Nat Admin,
23 Feb 2017, 03:32
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