Curriculum Overview

Key Stage 3: 


Geography:  Key Stage 3 students follow the National Curriculum and complete a series of units.  

History:  In Year 7 and 8 you will be study some of the most dangerous, amazing, terrible, astonishing and revolting periods in History.   You will study, amongst other topics, the William the Conqueror and Battle of Hastings; the Black Death; the Renaissance; Pocahontas; changes in power through time; Queen Elizabeth I; Jack the Ripper; Diversity; Changing Nature of Warfare and the Holocaust.   You will learn the fascinating facts as you act as detectives to solve the big questions of History. 


Philosophy and Ethics:  This is delivered in one lesson a week. The students are taught thematically.  In Year 7, students study an introductory half term unit on world religions, followed by units on symbols,   festivals and ultimate questions.  In Year 8 students study religious leaders, rules and worship.  In Year 9 students study units on Prejudice & Discrimination, Belief & Morality and in the final term begin their short course GCSE with the topic Science & Religion.

 

 

 
Key Stage 4:

To see the KS4 curriculum information, please look at the Pathways booklet that can be found on this website page - click here

 

 

Key Stage 5 (Post 16):

To see the KS5 (Post 16) curriculum information, please look at the Pathways booklet that can be found on this website page - click here

 

 

 

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