Our aim is to provide a curriculum that enables all students to thrive and to realise their full potential during their time with us, as well as meeting all statutory requirements. We have a key responsibility to prepare our young people for further education and to live and to work in a fast changing and challenging world.
Central to our curriculum planning is the belief in breadth and balance: similarly, we believe strongly that all our courses must have realistic progression routes that lead to meaningful qualifications or routes to employment. We believe that our current curriculum offers exciting challenges to the most able and also provides support and encouragement for the less confident learner.
The curriculum seeks to address the needs of the whole child by providing a wide range of traditional academic subjects and work related learning courses – all either GCSE or BTEC outcomes.
Information on how the school intends to increase the extent to which disable pupils participate in the school’s curriculum, is contained within our Accessibility Plan which can be found on our Policy’s page.