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Curriculum Overview 2019-2022

Future Key Stage 4 students will complete GCSEs in 10 subjects, all subjects will be examined at the end of Year 11.  Students also follow an Enrichment carousel in Year 9.  All students must study: English Language and Literature, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Citizenship. There is an element choice over the remaining four subjects, although students must study at least one modern language, either French or Spanish and one humanity from Ancient History, Geography or History. Details of these subjects can be found below. You may also be interested in the diagram detailing our Key Stage 4 curriculum (also found below). 

Curriculum Overview 2018-2021

Current Year 9 and 10 students are following a 3 year Key Stage 4 and will complete GCSEs in 10 subjects, all subjects will be examined at the end of Year 11.  Students also follow an Enrichment carousel in Year 9.  All students must study: English Language and Literature, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and non-examined Citizenship. Of the remaining four subjects, students are studying at least one language from French, Spanish or Latin and one humanity from Ancient History, Geography or History.

Curriculum Overview 2017-2019

The current Year 11 students follow a three year Key Stage 4 in which they will complete GCSEs in 10 subjects. All students are studying: English Language and Literature, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and non-examined Citizenship. Of the remaining four subjects, students are studying at least one language from French, Spanish and Latin and it was strongly advised that they choose one humanity from Ancient History, Geography or History.  Two of the four Option subjects will have been examined at the end of Year 10, all other subjects will be examined at the end of Year 11.

Key Stage 4 Curriculum Summary 2019-22

Core Subject Flyers:

Option Subject Flyers:

Year 9 Enrichment Carousel

Diagram showing Key Stage 4

Key Stage 4 Options Booklet

Year 8 Options Evening Presentation