Our curriculum model is designed to enable students to experience a broad and diverse range of subjects, whilst ensuring that every student gains the knowledge required for the qualifications they need for the future.
Maths & IT
Key Stage 3
In years 7, 8 and 9, students study maths, English, science, geography, history, religious education, French, art, food technology, design technology, drama, dance, music, information technology, and physical education.
|Subject||# of lessons each week||Contact|
|Maths||Y7 - 4, Y8 - 5, Y9 - email@example.com|
|English||Y7 - 5, Y8 - 4, Y9 - firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Information Technology (IT)||email@example.com|
|Physical Education/ Dancefirstname.lastname@example.org|
KS3 English Curriculum
KS3 Maths Curriculum
KS3 Science Curriculum
Key stage 4
In years 10 and 11 students continue to study an academic core which includes maths, English and science as well as one lesson of Physical Education per week. Students are then able to personalise their curriculum by selecting three additional subjects from geography, history, French, Urdu, art, textiles, photography, design technology, food technology, computer science, information technology, psychology, religious education, health and social care, business studies, sport, dance, drama and astronomy.
All GCSE exams are now graded using a system of numbers 9-1, rather than letters.
|Subject||# of lessons per week|
|Physical Education (PE)||1|
|Options subjects (students are able to choose three subjects):|
|French or Urdu||3|
|Health & Social Care||3|
KS4 English Curriculum
KS4 Maths Curriculum
All students have Knowledge Organisers from the current term of work. They are expected to refer to these when undertaking routine homework. These can also be accessed via the academy website.
|Year 7, 8 & 9||Maths||English||Science||Humanities||Creative|
|Year 10 & 11||Maths||English||Science||Option Subject||Option Subject|
|Sixth Form||Option 1||Option 2||Option 3||Additional Revision||Additional Revision|
All students must complete ‘routine homework’ for 20 minutes each night, this is the minimum expectation. Students will be required to draw a heading of homework in their Ready to Learn books and continue to write out the knowledge from memory as they have bee shown (covering up the knowledge in the knowledge organiser) and then self-checking, correcting any errors in Red pen – this is a continuation of the work they have been doing in their Prep Time Sessions.
If you require further details about the curriculum, please contact Mr Berry at email@example.com.