Curriculum

We offer a broad academic and vocational curriculum. All students study the core of English, Mathematics, Science and PE, also Personal, Social and Health Education, which includes a Citizenship and RE programme, this is delivered on discrete days, during which the Academy’s timetable is suspended for all students.

In years 7 and 8 (Key Stage 3)

All students also study ICT, Humanities, Music, Drama, Dance, P.E., Art, French and Technology. Brief detail of the subject content can be found here. Year 7 Year 8

In years 9 to 11 (Key Stage 4)

Students are able to select their non-core subjects. Click here to view the ‘Pathways’ page for more detail.

Brief detail on the content of the courses can be found here. Year 9  Year 10  Year 11

 

For more detailed information contact the Head of Faculty. Each curriculum area is housed in one of six Learning Areas:

COMMUNICATION Head of Faculty Mrs O’Dea
English: Language and Literature, Literacy
Modern Foreign Languages: French
Media Studies

MATHEMATICS Head of Faculty Miss Roberts
Numeracy and Mathematics

SCIENCE Head of Faculty Mrs Peake
Science: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Health and Social Care, Psychology

HUMANITIES Head of Faculty Mr Mace

History, Geography, Religious Studies, Personal Health and
Social Education & Citizenship, Life Skills, Sociology

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & EXPRESSIVE ARTS Head of Faculty Mrs Brailsford
Art, Drama, Music, Dance, Physical Education, Performing Arts

TECHNOLOGY Head of Faculty Mr Fergusson
Technology: Food, Textiles, Engineering, Product Design.                                                                                                               Computing, Computer Science, and Information and Communication Technology.                                                                                                    Business Studies.

 Extracurricular

2017-18 extra-curricular timetable

PE extra-curricular timetable – September – December 

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