The aim of the Mathematics curriculum is to provide pupils with the critical knowledge and problem solving skills they need to develop their chosen career and lead a successful life. The curriculum also encompasses science and enterprise skills and mathematics that pupils can apply to real life situations. It also equips pupils with skills that can be used across other curriculum areas.
The English department aims to:
- offer experiences, skills and knowledge which are essential for young people to thrive personally and socially
- develop a love of language and literature, and equip pupils for their futures at work and as citizens
- empower pupils to understand how language and literature give insight into what the world means, how we make sense of it through language, how we understand others’ views and construct our own identity
The Science department aims to equip pupils with the skills to become lifelong learners. The curriculum will enable pupils to:
- Understand key concepts of problem solving using scientific methods of investigation in a disciplined way.
- Encourage scientific thinking and knowledge seeking.
- Appreciate the contribution that science makes to society and individual personal development and its implications for today and the future.
- Appreciate the responsibilities that science has in relation to the modern world, including social, moral, spiritual, cultural and ethical issues.