We have an exciting and innovative curriculum which is well matched to the needs of students in each year group.

Through the flexibility of its provision, the most able students are offered additional academic courses 
while those with specific learning needs benefit from targeted support.

Ofsted May 2012.  

Students have excellent progression routes through GCSE, BTEC or other applied level 2 qualifications.  In addition to traditional core subjects, religious education is provided for all students leading to a GCSE qualification, with many selecting to continue this in the 6th form.  The core RE provision in the 6th form can be the basis of the extended projects which can form a part of the AQA Baccalaureate qualification.  Study in the 6th form extends learning and provides a transition between school and further or higher education, training, apprenticeships and employment.  The A level and BTEC courses are enhanced by the wider curriculum which includes: work experience, PSHE, leadership opportunities and volunteering.  (See Curriculum Policy)

Please click here for the Curriculum Statement

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