The school will adhere to the framework of the British curriculum. Teachers will be encouraged to enhance and extend the curriculum where possible in the normal course of their work, as well as through additional clubs, societies and extra-curricular activities.
Our children will be empowered to demonstrate:
The British curriculum provides an ‘entitlement curriculum’ up to the end of Key Stage 3, which means that students in each age cohort will study the same subjects, regardless of their background, nationality or level of academic attainment. Using their teaching plans, teachers will be helped to identify special needs and gifted provision ensuring the full ability range is addressed and supported.
In Key Stage 4, students will be provided with a good range of subject choices that meet their interests and capabilities.
Guidance will be available in Year 9 that gradually builds up through the year in order to help students arrive at good choices that offer the right balance for them, as individuals between focus and breadth.
To ensure that our learners are fully equipped to achieve this, we will:
The development of strong character traits is essential to build internal strength and courage, as children develop a sense of identity and place within the world. Our children will learn how to improve themselves, communicate with others and prioritise the importance of helping others. The values they embody will be fundamental to their success as global citizens.