The purpose of the curriculum is to enable students to:

  • Acquire knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and a world of rapid and continuous technological change
  • Develop a life-long love of learning
  • Develop personal and moral values, respect for shared values and for other cultures, religions and ways of life
  • Acquire sound numeracy and literacy skills
  • Develop and acquire the qualities and qualifications necessary to enable them to progress to the next stage in their chosen learning or career pathway

Main principles:

  • The curriculum should have breadth, balance, relevance, differentiation and allow progression
  • The curriculum should promote knowledge and understanding, and allow the development of skills and personal qualities
  • Equality of access for all students
  • Aspirational expectations of all students
  • All students will have an entitlement to work related learning
  • A curriculum that offers both academic and vocational qualifications appropriate to individual pupil ability, interest and preferred learning style


The curriculum should:

  • Deliver the current and future statutory requirements, including appropriate careers advice and guidance
  • Be broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated
  • Enable and support students to achieve their potential
  • Meet the needs of the full range of abilities within the school
  • Ensure continuity, help support and enable progression within the school and between phases of education
  • Help students develop enquiring minds and a love of learning
  • Help students acquire understanding, knowledge of key skills relevant to school, adult life and employment
  • Help students develop personal moral values, respect for religious values and tolerance of other races, religions and ways of life
  • Support raising standards of achievement
  • Provide a range of opportunities to students which best meet their needs and interests

Home Learning:

Home learning tasks should support progress of all students through, for example: challenging preparation work for lessons; independent research; consolidation of learning; improving work following informative feedback (written or verbal). Our homework calendar can be viewed via our ‘Show My Homework’ site


  • All students can access a rich extra-curricular programme that, together with the curriculum, promotes healthy, spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development, thereby preparing students for the opportunities and responsibilities of adult life.

We are committed to:

  • Raising standards of achievement and learning for all our students
  • Extending the range of opportunities available to students which best meet their needs and interests
  • Benefiting other schools in the area and strengthening the links between school and the wider community

Key Stage 3 (Years 7 & 8)

All students in Years 7 & 8 study a broad and balanced curriculum, including: an introduction to two modern foreign languages as well as experience of a range of academic & creative subjects including; drama; music; computer science; religious education.

Key Stage 4 (Years 9, 10 and 11)

The Key Stage 4 curriculum provides differentiated curriculum pathways including specialist teaching of three languages, as well as Computer Science, Triple Science and access to a specialist provision within the Visual & Performing Arts.


GCSE Results day - Thursday 24th August 2017. 9-12pm @ Reception, Read more here