Scheme of Work


Maths Scheme of WorkMaths Scheme of Work


English KS3 Topics
English KS3 Topics
English KS4 Topics
English KS4 Topics


KS3 Topics

KS3 TopicsKS3 Topics

KS4 Topics 

KS4 TopicsKS4 Topics

Sixth Form 


Physical Education

Year 7 Girls

Athletics  Badminton  Football  Gymnastics  Hockey  

Net Games  Netball  Rounders  Swimming  

Year 8 Girls

Dance  Trampolining

Year 9 Girls

Health & Fitness

Religious Education

All students in Years 7, 8 and 9 follow Religious Education as a compulsory part of the curriculum, based upon the County’s agreed syllabus. In Years 10 and 11 Religious Education is taught to all students and can be taken as a full or half credit GCSE. 

Any parent has a right to ask for their child to be excused from Religious Education and Collective Worship. Before doing so we would ask the parent to examine the syllabus and discuss with us the full implication of withdrawal from this part of the curriculum, and what alternative provision might be appropriate.


Personal, Social, Health and financial Education

All students in years 7, 8 and 9 engage in specifically timetabled lessons in citizenship as part of their statutory education programme. Alongside citizenship students also develop their knowledge of personal, social, health and financial issues within an age appropriate framework; this includes relationships and sex education (RSE), and is fully compliant with the current national curriculum.

In years 10 and 11 citizenship studies is taught as an examined GCSE short course subject. Citizenship is also available as a level 3 (AS/A2) subject to year 12 and 13 students as part of their sixth form option choices.