At KS3 the school offers a broad and balanced curriculum, with students studying Maths, English, Science, Languages, Geography, History, PE, Music, Drama, Design & Technology, Art, Computing, RE, PSHE and Citizenship.
There is also provision and, where needed, intervention through Year 7 and 8 for the development of core Literacy skills, particularly in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Students are set according to ability in Maths Year 7, providing opportunity to target support for students that need ‘catch up’ provision and ensure stretch and challenge for the more able.
KS3 students are involved in the PiXL Edge programme which is a framework whereby we develop and accredit students for those personal attributes essential for employability and life. The scheme focuses on the five key attributes: Leadership, Organisation, Initiative, Resilience and Communication.