Curriculum Overview 2015-16

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Our curriculum is carefully planned to ensure we meet the diverse needs of our pupils within a small school environment. We are proud of the wide and inclusive range of subjects we are able to offer.

Juniors (Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6):
English
Maths
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ICT & Assistive Technology
French
Humanities (History & Geography)
Community (includes PSHE, Citizenship and Religious Studies)
Music
Drama
Art & Design
Design & Technology
Textiles
Food & Nutrition
PE and Games
Golden Time

Every morning our Junior pupils have English and Maths lessons, delivered in differentiated sets.
Staff from our Senior Department deliver some subjects to our junior pupils, allowing them to access specialist teaching and facilities not normally available to primary pupils: Science, French, Art and Design, Design & Technology, Textiles, Food & Nutrition, Music. Community is a whole-school initiative.

Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9):
English
Maths
ScienceICT & Assistive Technology
ICT & Assistive Technology
French
History
Geography
Community (includes PSHE, Citizenship and Religious Studies)
Music
Drama
Art & Design
Design & Technology
Textiles
Food & Nutrition
Study Skills
PE and Games

Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11):
GCSEs:
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English Literature
Mathematics
Science (Single or Dual Award)
Art & Design
French
History
ICT
Media Studies
Physical Education
Preparation for Working Life (short course)

City & Guilds:
Design & Craft (Level 2)
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BTEC:
Music Production (Level 2)
Home Cooking Skills (Level 2, plus Food Hygiene Certificate)
Other Accredited Courses:
Functional Skills English
Functional Skills Maths
Functional Skills ICT
Entry Level English,
Entry Level Maths
Entry Level Science
ASDAN

Non-Accredited Curriculum:
Community (includes PSHE, Citizenship and Religious Studies)
PE and Games
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Legacy GCSE Courses (Current Year 11 only):
Biology
Physics
Chemistry
Child Development
Statistics
Music