We are committed to offering an approved, broad-based curriculum at all ages.
We encourage students of all ages to explore the enrichment opportunities while they also pursue their academic interests in a wide range of subjects.
Drawing on the best elements of the National Curriculum, our broad and balanced Independent Curriculum suits all ability levels and age groups.
It provides the children with a stimulating learning experience across all aspects of the curriculum, preparing them for Common Entrance at 13+ and Scholarships at 11+ and 13+.
It also provides opportunities for each student to develop the qualities of: Confidence; Creativity; Curiosity; Discernment; Global awareness; Independent thinking; Resilience; Self-motivation; Self-respect; Tolerance and empathy.
We teach the following range of subjects: Art; Design & Technology; Drama; English; Geography; History; ICT; Languages; Mathematics; Music; PE; PSHE; Religious Education and Science.
Breadth of study underpins our Years 9 to 11 programme and pupils are encouraged to maintain a sense of diversity within their A Level choices.
After studying a wide range of subjects in Year 9, Pupils commence GCSE courses in Year 10 and this involves three or four options in addition to the core subjects..
The majority of Sixth Form pupils study four subjects in Year 12 and continue with three subjects in Year 13. However, particularly able students might continue with all four subjects in Year 13.
International pupils in Year 12 can study towards the British Council International English Language Test System (IELTS), Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) examinations.
We teach the following range of subjects in Years 9 to 11: Art and Design (Fine Art, Photography and Textiles); Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science; Design and Technology; Drama; English Language (GCSE only); English Literature; English as a Second Language; Geography; History; Latin; Mathematics; French; Spanish; Music; Personal, Social Health Education; Physical Education; Physics and Religious Studies.
And the following additions in the Sixth Form: Business; Philosophy; History of Art; Psychology; Economics; Further Mathematics; BTEC Computing; BTEC Music and Music Technology; BTEC Sport and BTEC Business.
Further details of subjects at GCSE, A Level and BTEC can be found in the Curriculum Booklets.