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

In years 12 to 13 (Key Stage 5)

There are 3 main curriculum routes at the sixth form:  L3 Academic/Vocational qualifications, L2 Work Based Learning, L1 Employability and Life Skills.

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 – Term 2

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