Maths forms part of the core curriculum at both KS3 and KS4, with groups organised into sets in all year groups. Students can elect to study Maths or Further Maths as post-16 courses.
English forms part of the core curriculum at both KS3 and KS4, with groups organised into sets in all year groups. At GCSE all students study English Language and English Literature.
Science forms part of the core curriculum at both KS3 and KS4, with groups organised into sets in all year groups. Students can elect to study the induvial Science subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) as post-16 courses.
Spanish, German & French form part of the core curriculum at KS3 and for some at KS4, with other students being able to choose it as an option. Groups are organised into sets in all year groups where possible.
The Physical Education facilities are found mainly in the centre of the school, off the main corridor. This includes a swimming pool, sports gymnasium, sports hall, weights gymnasium and changing facilities. Physical Education aims to provide an enjoyable and balanced programme enabling all students to develop physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively.
Students have 3 core areas that they are assessed in for the Level 1/2 Technical Awards in Fashion and Textiles, Food and Catering, Materials Technology, and Visual Communication.
Students are encouraged to develop their Business and Enterprise skills as well as their knowledge as they progress through the course, with opportunities to take part in projects with local companies, as well as enterprise and business competitions, both in school and nationally
BTEC Health and Social Care can help students take their first steps towards a career caring for people and communities. They will learn the essential skills needed to support people with a wide range of needs, from babies and toddlers to adults and the elderly.