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Hagley Curriculum Print E-mail
Students - Year by Year
Written by D Brown   

Hagley Curriculum 

  

Key Stage 3

Year 7 - Settling in to the school. 

Pupils are placed into one of three broad ability bands for this year, based on KS2 results.  Most subjects are taught in these bands.

The Technology and Arts subjects are taught on rotation, in mixed ability groups.

Games and PSHE/Citizenship are taught in mixed-ability groups.

End of Year examinations will determine Year 8 setting.

 

Year 8 - Progressing through Key Stage 3.

Pupils are placed into sets for different subject groups – Numerate (Mathematics and Science), Literate (English and Humanities) and Linguistic (French and Computing).

Arts and Technologies are taught on rotation, in mixed ability groups.

Games and PSHE/Citizenship are taught in mixed-ability groups.

End of Year examinations will determine Year 9 setting.

 

Year 9 - End of Key Stage 3. 

Setting is the same as in year 8 – but reviewed, based on Year 8 Examinations.

In Technology, pupils opt to study two of the four specialisms.

In the Spring, pupils select Options for GCSE subjects.

Games and PSHE/Citizenship are taught in mixed-ability groups.

End of Year examinations will determine Year 10 setting.

 

Key Stage 4

Year 10 - Begin GCSEs.

Pupils study the core subjects (RE, English, Mathematics, and Science) plus four optional subjects.

Each core subject is responsible for its own setting.

Pupils also study ICT for one lesson a week and Careers once a fortnight.

Games and PSHE/Citizenship are taught in mixed-ability groups.

 

Year 11 - Complete GCSEs. 

The curriculum is very similar to Year 10 – except that ICT is no longer studied, but each options subject has one more lesson per fortnight.

Setting in core subjects is reviewed in light of Year 10 Examinations.

Late in the Autumn Term, pupils complete Sixth Form or College applications.

Games and PSHE/Citizenship are taught in mixed-ability groups.

 

Key Stage 5

Year 12 – Begin A’ Level courses.

Most Pupils follow four AS courses, as well as General Studies and an RE Extended Project.

Games and other enrichment activities are available on a Wednesday afternoon.

In the Spring Term, decisions are made as to which AS level examinations should be taken in the Summer.

 

Year 13 – Complete A’ Levels

Most pupils carry on with three A levels to A2 (as well as General Studies and completion of the RE Extended Project). 

In the Autumn Term, pupils apply for University, other college courses, apprenticeships or jobs.

Games and other enrichment activities are available on a Wednesday afternoon.

 

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 02 October 2015 14:56
 

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