- Curriculum Structure & Subjects
- Computing & Digital Literacy and Business Studies
- SHARE (SOCIAL HEALTH AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION)
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Performing Arts
- Physical Education
- Psychology (A level only)
- Design & Technology
- Learning Support SEN
- Super Curriculum
- Learning Journeys
The super curriculum offers a range of activities which take your regular curriculum further than the classroom. Super curriculum activities take the subjects you study beyond what your teacher has taught, or the learning you have developed as a result of your homework. This could be going into more depth on certain topics, learning about something which you have not come across before or developing a new skill.
Each subject offers you a range of activities which focus on things like extra reading, research, watching videos online, listening to podcasts, opportunities to visit lectures and fieldworks as well as competitions.
Coupled with each subject’s super curriculum, there is a review sheet which can be used to record the learning that you have developed during each activity but you also have the freedom to illustrate your learning in a variety of ways, such as creating your own video, model or a research report.
When showing your teacher what you have created you will be awarded a minimum of 3 achievement points. Students who amass the most achievement points by the end of the academic year due to super curriculum activities will also be rewarded.
Beyond this however, regular engagement in super curriculum activities, could improve your grades, develop your understanding around subjects and offer employers, colleges and universities evidence of going above and beyond.
Please see below the link to the review sheet, this can be completed after every task.