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Curriculum Plans

Curriculum Statement

The fundamental purpose of Ebbsfleet Academy is to challenge and defy the barriers that constrain the educational progress of our students. The curriculum is the conduit through which that purpose becomes a reality. Out academic curriculum is rooted in the principles of being:

  • rich in powerful knowledge
  • academically demanding
  • building cultural capital

Our academic curriculum is a vehicle for success. It challenges the mind, nurtures the heart and guides the hand.  Each subject area has a curriculum document which identifies the knowledge and skills covered.   The curriculum document for each subject is sequenced so that over the course of KS3 students will know more and be able to demonstrate an increasing number of skills. By the end of KS3 students will be prepared to transition to KS4 with an understanding of any threshold knowledge necessary to access the GCSE specification.

In practice that means:

  1. All students master the basics of literacy and numeracy in Key Stage 3
  2. All students are entitled to study an academic core of English, Maths, Science, Humanities and a Modern Foreign Language
  3. Vocational courses are offered where appropriate
  4. Year 7, 8 and 9 students have a discreet PPE+ lesson each week which covers SRE and Citizenship education
  5. All students have the opportunity to participate in a wide-ranging and character building Enrichment programme, which includes community service, international trips, cultural visits, guest speakers and outdoor activities

Further information about the national curriculum can be found here

Please see below to view our curriculum plans. 

View Knowledge Organisers here


Key Stage Three Curriculum Assessment

Assessment is an all-encompassing word describing activities which range from high frequency low stakes activities like 1 – 10 tests, single mark questions  and closed questions designed to test the retention of specific information or the application of a single skill, to low frequency high stakes summative assessments like formal written exams, final performance pieces or practical work.  All assessment activities will be designed to utilise spacing and interleaving.  At the Academy Students will be assessed against the descriptors below.

Descriptor Explanation
Mastering A pupil working at this level in a subject has a comprehensive understanding of key concepts and skills in the sequence of learning as shown in the subject curriculum document. They can apply their skills and understanding across the subject. They demonstrate fluency in the concepts, methods and skills covered and are able to make links between information covered at the beginning of the course and that which is being studied now. A pupil working at this level consistently scores very highly in their low stakes tests and has high scores in more substantial assessments.
Secure A pupil working at this level has a sound understanding of key concepts and skills in the sequence of learning as shown in the subject curriculum document. They are confident in their understanding and use of the concepts, methods and skills covered but may need to refer back to guidance occasionally as these are not yet second nature to them. A pupil working at this level usually scores highly in their low stakes tests and has relatively high scores in more substantial assessments.
Developing A pupil working at this level is developing an understanding of key concepts and is grasping some of the main ideas and skills in a sequence of learning; some aspects of the curriculum require further development. They are familiar with concepts, methods and skills covered but struggle to use all of them without guidance or support. A pupil working at this level is inconsistent in their scores in their low stakes tests and has relatively low scores in more substantial assessments.
Emerging A pupil working at this level has an emerging understanding of key concepts and is beginning to grasp some of the main ideas and skills in a sequence of learning. They are starting to develop the concepts, methods and skills covered but require guidance and support to remember how to apply them or where to find key information previously covered. A pupil working at this level consistently achieves low scores in their low stakes tests and has consistently low scores in more substantial assessments. A pupil working at this level may require more support in lessons and at home to build their memory of the key ideas and skills for this subject.
Insufficient attendance

Low attendance to lessons has severely impacted curriculum coverage. There is insufficient evidence of learning over time to be able to report a level of curriculum understanding. Additional support is required to catch up on missed curriculum content. There are very few examples of low stakes testing and assessments for this pupil.

At KS3

  1. English, Maths, Science, History and Geography and MFL will set two formal written papers to coincide with the dates for reporting cards. Information from the assessment will appear on the report card as well as a curriculum progress statement (emerging, developing, secure or mastery).
  2. For all other subjects in KS3 high stakes testing will be carried out at different points in the year. The outcome of these assessments will be used to inform the decision about which curriculum progress statement (emerging, developing, secure or mastery) will be recorded on the report card.

 

Year 7 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

Our Year 7 students are taught in five groups. Our Year 7 students are set in English and Maths based on prior attainment at KS2, the sets are continually reviewed throughout the year. The average point score students obtain at KS2 also determines the set students are in for their remaining subjects.

CORE English
Mathematics
Science
8 Lessons/Fortnight

FOUNDATION

Geography
History
Spanish / Literacy

4 Lessons/Fortnight

Technologies
Physical Education
3 Lessons/Fortnight
ICT
Religious Studies
2 Lessons/Fortnight

PHSE
Art

1 Lesson/Fortnight
YEAR 7 Autumn Term Winter Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1a Term 1b Term 2a Term 2b Term 3a Term 3b
Art Basics, confectionery, portraiture: On rotation with DT, Food, Textiles
English Poetry Greek & Roman Myths Modern Novels Roman Rhetoric: Julius Caesar

Computer Science 
Y7 Resources

E-Safety & Introduction to Scratch Computer Hardware My Digital World Computer Scientists Dino Project
Geography What is Geography? Fantastic Places Are We Running Out of Resources? How is the Economy Changing? Why are Rivers Important? What is Weather and Climate?
History England before 1066 & The Norman Conquest Mediaeval England The Tudors: Henry VII - Elizabeth I The New World: Exploration & Empire
Mathematics Algebraic Thinking Place Value and Proportion Applications of Number Directed Number & Fractional Thinking Lines & Angles Numerical Reasoning
PE Skill Acquisition and Development Health Related Fitness Gymnastics & Badminton Football & Handball Striking, Fielding & Athletics Tennis
RS Hinduism Sikhism Buddhism
Science Biology Cells Digestive System Genetics
Chemistry Atoms States of Matter & Mixtures The Periodic Table & Chemicals Chemical Bonding Earth Science Group Chemistry
Physics Forces Levers and Machines Pressure and Hydraulics Energy

Space

Spanish Mi Vida Mi Tiempo Libre Mi Insti Mi Familia y mis Amigos Mi Ciudad Mis Vacaciones
Food Tech Health & Safety & Healthy Eating: On rotation with Art & DT
Design Technology Bridge & Desk Tidy Project: On rotation with Food & Art

Year 8 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

Our Year 8 students are taught in five groups. Our Year 8 students are set in English and Maths based on prior attainment at KS2 and in Year 7. The sets are continually reviewed throughout the year.

CORE English
Mathematics
Science
8 Lessons/Fortnight

FOUNDATION

Geography
History
Spanish / Literacy

4 Lessons/Fortnight

Technologies
Physical Education
3 Lessons/Fortnight
ICT
Religious Studies
2 Lessons/Fortnight

PHSE
Art

1 Lesson/Fortnight
YEAR 8 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1a Term 1b Term 2a Term 2b Term 3a Term 3b
Art Landscapes, Totem Poles: on rotation with DT, Food & Textiles
Science Biology Cells Reproduction Health & Disease Ecosystems
Chemistry Fundamentals Mixtures & Metallic Bonding Acids & Alkalis
Quantitative Chemistry
Energy Changes Electrolysis
Physics Forces Motion and Newton’s laws Waves Radiation Electricity

Computer Science
Y8 Resources

HTML Scratch Flowol 4 Back to the Future
Design Technology Bird Project - On rotation with Art & Food
English War Poetry Literary heritage novel

Rhetoric/Wider non-fiction

Modern Drama
Food Technology Food Provenance & Nutrition: On rotation with Art & DT
Geography Where do We Get Our Energy? Our Natural World What is Development? What Happens When Our Land Meets the Sea? How do Cities Change? Our Destructive Earth
History English Civil War British America: Slavery & Revolution Industrial Revolution & Public Health Gaining Equality: the Suffragettes, Civil Rights Movement
Maths Proportional Reasoning Representations Algebraic Techniques Developing Number Developming Geometry Reasoning with Data
PE OAA/ Teambuilding Health Related Fitness Badminton & Trampolining  Football & Handball Athletics & Tennis Athletics, Striking & Fielding
RS Judaism Christianity Islam
Spanish Technology, Music & TV Food & Mealtimes Arranging to go out, making excuses, daily routines &  clothes Describing a holiday home, describing holiday activities & directions Likes and dislikes, films & celebrations Jobs, talking about what you did at work yesterday & describing your job

Year 9 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

Our Year 9 students are taught in five groups. Year 9 students are set in English, Maths & Science based on prior attainment. The sets are continually reviewed throughout the year.

CORE English
Mathematics
Science
8 Lessons/Fortnight

FOUNDATION

Geography
History
Spanish / Literacy

4 Lessons/Fortnight

Technologies
Physical Education
3 Lessons/Fortnight
ICT
Religious Studies
2 Lessons/Fortnight

PHSE
Art

1 Lesson/Fortnight
YEAR 9 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1a Term 1b Term 2a Term 2b Term 3a Term 3b
Art Identity: on rotation with DT, Food & Textiles
Science Biology Cells, transport and growth Evolution Health & Disease Transport in the Body Rates of Reaction Review
Chemistry Fundamentals Review & Bonding Acids & Alkalis Quantitative Chemistry Electrolysis Enzymes Group Chemistry & Review
Physics Motion and Newton’s laws Electromagnetic spectrum  Radioactivity Electricity Particle and Energy Review

Computer Science
Y9 Resources

Bits, Binary, Data, Programming, Hexadecimal Binary, Strings & Numbers, Functions & Methods Storage, IF statements, Boolean conditions Case Statements, Generating, Images, Sound Loops, Social Engineering, Cyber Security Loops, Cyber Security
Design Technology Automata Project — On rotation with Art, Food & Textiles
English Rhetoric: Speeches that changed the world Modern Drama:
Blood Brothers
The Gothic: Jekyll & Hyde Extracts
Food Technology Mini NEA 1: Nutrition Mini NEA 2: Dietary Groups Mini NEA 3: Cuisines
Geography What is the Future of the Planet? Our Destructive Earth (Case Studies) Geography in Action: The Middle East and Russia Geography in Action: Europe Geography in Action: Nigeria and China Geography in Action: Brazil and Prisoners of Geography
History The First World War & Medicine in the Trenches Depth Study: Weimar & Nazi Germany
Maths Reasoning with Algebra Constructing in 2 & 3 Dimensions Reasoning with Number Reasoning with Geometry Reasoning with Proportion Representations & Revision
PE Ultimate Frisbee Health Related Fitness & Trampolining Badminton & Volleyball Rugby & Basketball Striking, Fielding & Athletics Tennis
RS What is Religion?

A History of Religion

Does God Exist? Ethics

War and Justice

Spanish Diet, healthy lifestyle, daily routine, illness and injury & keeping fit Talking about children's lives and rights, talking about environmental issues & charities Describing a day trip, buying souvenirs & discussing the final day of a visit    Holiday activities and weather, holiday preferences, talking about a past holiday & booking accommodation Opinions about school subjects, describing subjects and teachers, describing uniform, the school day, rules & clubs Socialising and family, describing people, social media, reading preferences & relationships
Textiles Tate Galleries Project - On rotation with Art, DT & Food

Key Stage Four Curriculum Assessment

Our Key Stage Four students follow the new ‘reformed GCSEs. The key features of reformed GCSEs are that they…

  • will be more demanding and contain more challenging content
  • will be ‘linear’, so students will take all of their exams at the end of the course
  • will be assessed much more through exams than coursework
  • will have a new grading scale from 9 to 1, instead of A* to G.

Although the old and new grades do not convert perfectly with each other, the table below will give you a rough indication of the value of the new 9 – 1 grades:

Under the old A* - G grading system, a grade C or above was considered to be a ‘good pass’.   Under the new 9 – 1 grading system, a grade 5 or above will be considered to be a ‘good pass’.

Further guidance about the subject content for each GCSE subject can be found here

Subjects will be expected to complete regular low stakes assessments in lessons and PPEs, the outcomes of which will communicated to students and their parents about how well a student is progressing through the curriculum via report cards. 

Our students are taught in four groups for most subjects.  All students will study Science, Mathematics, English and English Literature at GCSE level.

Most students have selected a further 3 GCSEs or BTECs from a number of option blocks.  Students choose between the following optional subjects:

Year 10 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

CORE English
Mathematics
Science 
9 Lessons/Fortnight
RS
Citizenship
4 Lessons/Fortnight
 PE 2 Lessons/Fortnight
Option A Option B Option C

History
Geography
Computer Science
Spanish

History
Spanish
Geography
Art
Textiles
BTEC Sport
Food Technology
 

Computer Science
BTEC Sport
PE
Design & Technology
Food Technology
Art & Textiles

All options have five lessons per week

 

YEAR 10 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1a Term 1b Term 2a Term 2b Term 3a Term 3b
Citizenship Rights & Responsibilities / The Law The Legal System Democracy, elections and voting in the UK / National, local, regional and devolved government / Citizenship Action
Science Biology Health & Disease Transport in the body Plants & Ecosystems Ecosystems Revision
Chemistry States of matter and separating substances, acids and alkalis Electrolysis Combustion & Earth’s atmosphere Quantitative Chemistry Revision
Physics Work & energy, electricity Electricity Magnetism Particles and energy, bending & stretching Particles & Energy Revision
Art Non-Exam Assessment
Computer Science Programming, Input, Output, Algorithms, Strings & numbers, Functions & methods Strings & numbers, Selection, Random numbers,  Programming basics, Iteration, Arrays & tuples Programming techniques, Arrays & tuples, Boolean logics, Revision, Assessment, Application & system software Programming language, Validating user input, Searching & sorting, Systems architecture, Procedures & functions, Reading & writing to a file. Networks, Cybersecurity, Databases & SQL, SQLite Relational databases & SQL, Ethical, legal & environmental impacts of digital technology, Revision, Assessment
Design Technology Materials &
their
Working
Properties
(Wood,
Paper
& Boards)
Practical skills & Knowledge (Wood & Electronics) & Making Principles Common Specialist Technical Principles Practical Skills & Knowledge (Polymers) Metals Non-Exam Assessment
English Power & Conflict Poetry Language Paper 1 & 2 Jekyll & Hyde Romeo & Juliet
Food Technology Food Preparation Skills Food safety Food, nutrition & health NEA Practice 1 & Food Choice NEA Practice 2, Food Provenance & Science
Geography The Challenge of Natural Hazards The Living World Physical Landscapes in the UK Urban Challenges and Economic Growth in the UK
History Anglo-Saxon England & the Norman Conquest Medicine Through Time Revision & Recap
Maths Similarity Developing Algebra Geometry Proportions & Proportional Change Delving into Data Using Numbers
PE Core Ultimate Frisbee Health Related
Fitness
Trampolining Handball & Basketball Striking and Fielding, Athletics  Tennis
RS Sikh beliefs, teachings & practices The existence of God and revelation Christian beliefs, teachings & practices Religion, Crime & Punishment Religion & Life
Spanish Pocket Money, Television, Music, Films, Role Models Key landmarks, Describing your town, Tourist office, Shops & Shopping, Complaints Food and meals, Quantities, Illnesses and remedies, Festivals, Eating in a restaurant,  Jobs & Work, part-time jobs, work experience, learning a language, buying tickets, applying for a job, discussing plans for the future.  The Environment, Global issues & solutions, healthy eating, drugs & alcohol, international events, Exam Skills
BTEC Sport Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance Unit 1: Fitness for Sport & Exercise Unit 3: Applying the Principles of Personal Training
Textiles Introduction to GCSE Textiles, Mark Making & Waistcoat Design Waistcoat Designs ‘Art & Design in Context’ Non-Exam Assessment

Year 11 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

CORE English
Mathematics
Science 
9 Lessons/Fortnight
RS
Citizenship
4 Lessons/Fortnight
 PE 2 Lessons/Fortnight
Option A Option B Option C

History
Geography
Computer Science
Spanish
Food Technology
Business Studies

History
Textiles
Design and Technology
Sport Studies

Textiles
Design and Technology
Computer Science
Food Technology
Sport Studies

All options have 5 lessons per fortnight

 

YEAR 11 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1a Term 1b Term 2a Term 2b Term 3a Term 3b
Citizenship

 The British Constitution / The Economy / The role of the media

Politics beyond the UK / Identities and diversity in the UK society / The UK and its relations with the wider world Revision & Exams
Science Biology Hormones & Homeostasis Revision & Mock Exams Revision & Exams
Chemistry Quantitative Chemistry Electrolysis Reactions & Equilibria
Physics Work, Power & Magnetism Particles & Energy
Computer Science Binary, Data, Storage, Images, Sound, Cybersecurity, Algorithms Pseudocode & Flowcharts Algorithms, Programming, Pseudocode, Applications & System Software Binary, Hexadecimal, Storage, Embedded Systems, Sound, Images & Cybersecurity Pseudocode, Binary, Algorithms, Programming, Software, Operating Systems & CPUs  Revision Exams
Design Technology Non-Exam Assessment (topic supplied by exam board) Revision Exams
English Power & Conflict Poetry Revision

Jekyll and Hyde, Romeo and Juliet
revision

Language Revision

Revision Exams
Food Technology Non Exam Assessment 2 Mock (NEA1 has been cancelled) Non-exam assessment 2 (topic supplied by exam board) Revision Exams
Geography Challenges of an Urbanising World People and the Biosphere Forests under threat Forests under fire & Consuming energy resources Revision (Fieldwork) Revision Exams
History America in the 1800s, the Plains Indians and life on the Great Plains, migration to the West, farming on the Plains, law and order, conflict with Plains Indians, significance of Fort Laramie, impact of Civil War Development of settlement, the cattle industry, reservations, the Indian Wars and the US response, changes after 1870s, development of migration, writing a narrative
 
Changes in law and order, the Wild West, Little Bighorn and the assimilate or die approach, the end of reservations and the Dawes Act, mapping themes across the time periods, narrative practice Revision Exams
Maths: Higher 1 Transformations, Vectors, Sequences, Equations, Fractions & Upper & Lower Bounds Surds, Expanding & Factorising, Sequences, Coordinate Geometry & Surface Area & Volume Transformations, Quadratics Simultaneous Equations & Conditional Probability Direct and inverse proportion, Similarity in 2D and 3D, Further Trigonometry,  Sampling & Graphs Gradients, Functions, Proofs & Congruence Exams
Maths: Higher 2 Further Trigonometry, Histograms, Sampling & Cumulative Frequency Histograms, Graphs of Circles, Cubics and Quadratics, Gradients & Areas under Graphs Circle Geometry, Circle Theorems, Algebraic Fractions Algebraic Fractions, Functions & Algebraic Proof . Congruence,  Geometric Proof, Vectors & Revision Exams
Maths: Foundation Number, Calculator use, Best Value, Exchange Rates, Percentages & Fractions Ratio, Standard Form, Algebra, Averages & Inequalities Measurements, Graphs, Trigonometry, Angles & Pie Charts Probability, Circles, Volume & Surface Area, Transformations, Vectors Sequences, Equuations & Revision Exams
PE Core OAA Team Building, Health Related Fitness  Trampolining Football & Handball Striking & Fielding Athletics Tennis
GCSE PE Paper 2: Health
Fitness and Well
Being
Sociocultural influences & well-being in sport
Paper 1: Applied Anatomy & Physiology. The human body & movement in physical activity in sport Paper 1: Movement Analysis. The human body & movement in physical activity in sport Paper 1: Applied Anatomy & Physiology. The human body & movement in physical activity & sport. Paper 2: Sports Psychology. Sociocultural influences & well-being in physical activity and sport. Paper 2: Sports Psychology. Sociocultural influences & well-being in physical activity and sport.
RS The Existence of God and Revelation Religion and Life Religion, Peace and Conflict

Revision

Revision

Exams
Spanish Subjects, opinions, time, facilities, clubs, rules, relationships 
& Exam Skills
Hobbies, technology, TV, music, house & home, landmarks
& Exam Skills
Daily routine, jobs, work experience & Exam Skills International events, sporting events, environment, problems and solutions, destinations, travel, accommodation & Exam Skills Exams
BTEC Sport Unit 2: Learning Aim A Unit 2: Learning Aim B  Unit 2: Learning Aim C Coursework Submissions    
Textiles Term 1 & 2 - Art & Design in Context Project Non-exam assessment (topic provided by exam board) 

Key Stage Five Curriculum

We have redesigned our sixth form curriculum to better match what our current Y11 students were asking for, so students learning with us from September 2021 will follow an A-level and vocational based curriculum..

Students are expected to study 3 subjects as well as the EPQ. The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) is equivalent to 50% of an A Level. Students are challenged to develop a research project in an area of their interest. This project develops students’ critical thinking, research and independent study skills.

A Levels: 9 Lessons/Fortnight

Vocational: 9 Lessons/Fortnight

Biology
Maths
Chemistry
Psychology
History
English Literature
Law
Business

IFS Finance (Level 3)
Sport (BTEC Level 3)
Art (BTEC Level 3)

Year 12 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

YEAR 12 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6
Business Topic 1: What is business?
Topic 2: Managers, leadership and
decision-making
Topic 3: Decision making to improve marketing performance Topic 4: Decision
making to
improve
operational performance
Topic 5: Decision
making to improve
financial performance.
Topic 6: Decision making to improve human resource performance Topic 7: Analysing the strategic position of a business. 
English The Handmaid's Tale, Frankenstein Hamlet A Streetcar Named
Desire
Contemporary Poetry &
Unseen Poetry
Romantic Poetry Coursework, Captain Morelli's Mandolin
Extended Project Develop a research project in an area of the student's interest
Finance Unit 1: Financial capability for the immediate & short term Unit 2: Financial capability for the medium & long term
History The Tudors:
Henry VII
The Tudors:
Henry VIII
The Tudors:
Edward VI & Mary I
The Tudors: Elizabeth I Democracy & Nazism: Germany 1918 - 1945
Law Introduction to Law Statutory interpretation EU Law Access to justice
& funding
Law & justice Law & competing
interests
Maths Algebra, Functions, Geometry Geometry, Statistics, Mechanics Trigonometry, Vectors, Differentiation Integration, Exponentials & Logarithms, Statistics, Mechanics Revision, Exams Algebraic methods, Functions & Graphs, Sequences & series, Binomial expansion
Psychology Approaches to
Psychology
Cognitive Psychology Social Psychology Development Psychology Research Methods Biopsychology
BTEC Sport Unit 3: professional development in the sports industry. Careers in Sport Unit 3: professional development in the sports industry. Applying for a job in the Sports Industry Unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology. Anatomy and Physiology Exam Unit 5: Application of Fitness Testing Investigating and implementing fitness testing practices Unit 5: Application of Fitness Testing Investigating and implementing fitness testing practices Unit 5: Application of Fitness Testing Fitness Profiling

Year 13 Curriculum and Plans ​​​​​​

YEAR 13 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Subject Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6
Art: 3D Design Introduction to Unit 1 Develop & complete
design ideas
Unit 2 Exam Project Design, develop
& explore
Make & Evaluate Exam 
Art: Textiles Introduction to Unit 1 Develop & complete
design ideas
Unit 2 Exam Project Design, develop
& explore
Make & Evaluate.  Exam 
Biology Communication,
Homeostasis
Plant & animal responses, Photosynthesis, Cellular control, Patterns of inheritance Photosynthesis, Respiration Patterns of inheritance, Manipulating the Genome, Cloning & biotechnology Populations & sustainability,
Revision
Exams
Business Topic 8: Choosing
strategic direction
Topic 9: Strategic methods: how to pursue strategies Topic 10. Managing strategic change. Revision Revision Exams
English Paper 1 Drama & Paper 2
Prose practice
Paper 3 Contemporary & romantic poetry exemplars & marking Coursework draft Revision of methods in paper 1 Drama and paper 3 Poetry Revision Revision, Exams
Extended Project Develop a research project in an area of the student's interest. 
Finance Unit 3: Sustainability of an individual's finances. Unit 4: Sustainability of the financial services system
History NEA:Anglo- Irish
Relations 1870-1970
Democracy and Nazism: Germany, 1918-1945. 

Revision

Exams

Psychology Approaches to
Psychology 2
Individual Differences Relationship / Stress Aggression Research Methods Revision / Exams
BTEC Sport Unit 2: Fitness
Training and
Programming for
Health, Sport & Well Being
Unit 2: Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport & Well Being Unit 2: Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport & Well Being Unit 2: Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport & Well Being Summer
Revision/Exams
Summer Exams

Extra Curriculum Provision

We offer a variety of enrichment activities for students to participate in during lunchtimes and after school. These activities have been designed to give students the opportunity to broaden their personal, social, moral, cultural and spiritual development and to undertake extra sport. Examples of activities include archery, sports clubs, art club and mindfulness.

Our Year 11 GCSE students are also asked to attend additional targeted booster sessions from Monday – Thursday