There are 5 classes who have pupils who are in Key Stage 3. All classes are taught mainly by their class teacher to ensure stability and consistency for our children. We offer all of our pupils the opportunity to develop and learn in a supportive, caring environment, which has high expectations for all to achieve.
Leading on from learning at Key Stage 2, pupils' experiences in Key Stage 3 become more enquiry-based, problem-centred, and involve more decision-making. Key Stage 3 pupils are given opportunities to develop skills throughout the whole curriculum in a greater depth.
Children are taught subjects through themes. These themes allow our learners to understand that many areas of the curriculum are connected and integrated.
Pupils in Key Stage 3 are exposed to a curriculum where work related learning is considered, providing new opportunities and experiences that can inspire their future aspirations and spark their interests towards their future aims and goals.