Congratulations to Lewis (Year 9) who recently competed in the English Schools National Cross-Country event and came first!
Our curriculum principles ensure that our pupils will leave us well prepared for the next stage of their lives. Our guiding principles are that:
High academic outcomes should be achieved by all
Our curriculum should offer high challenge
Our curriculum offer should allow for individual preferences
Our curriculum should develop our values in others
Our curriculum should offer a broad & balanced range of subjects
There should be clear progression to next stage of learningat each key stage
The qualifications pupils achieve should have relevance to employers and HE
The curriculum maps for each subject on the left will provide you with information about what will be studied by pupils.
Should you require more information about any aspect of the curriculum, please contact Mr Colin Walker on email@example.com.
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We are very proud of Hannah (Year 11), who recently attended the Pupil Library Assistant of the Year awards in London.
Exciting times ahead as work has begun on our new teaching block that is due for completion this summer.
Well done to all students in Years 9 & 10 who took part in a very cold and windy 'Walk a mile for Charity' event that took place on Friday...
Congratulations and well done to our very creative Year 7 and 8 students and their learning coaches, for the fabulously full Christmas...