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Key Stage 4: Years 10 & 11

In Key Stage 4, the majority of students have the opportunity to study the English Baccalaureate (EBACC). This curriculum recognises that our students are able to pursue a broad range of rigorous academic subjects at GCSE and this is an ideal preparation for Post-16 study and provides all students with a broad range of academic subjects upon which to build any future career options.

At KS4 we also give students the opportunity to study Level 2 BTECs in Travel and tourism, Catering and Performing arts.

Our courses offer flexibility to support individual student needs.

For further information about anything on this page, please contact the school office or relevant member of teaching staff by visiting our Contact Us page.

Subject allocation: Years 10 & 11

Subject

Lessons per fortnight in year 10

 

Lessons per fortnight in year 11

Maths

7

7

English

10

10

Science

9

10

PE

4

3

RS

4

4

Option A

4

4

Option B

4

4

Option C

4

4

Option D

4

4

Total

50

50

 

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