Curriculum

KS3 OVERVIEW

Below you will find a year-by-year breakdown of the curriculum areas students will be following for each subject in Years 7-9.  So, for example, if you select Year 8 and Art, you will see the different topics students will be covering as they move from the start of the Autumn Term through to the end of the Summer Term. Please be aware we are reviewing the content of our curriculum pages and are in a process of transition to a revised format.  It will take some time for us to complete this piece of work.

If you would like further information on a specific aspect of the curriculum or have any questions, please contact the relevant Head of Faculty in the first instance:

In addition to the subject information below, we produce half-termly updates which provide more detailed information on what will be covered in all subjects in a specific half-term. Use the following links to take you to the curriculum updates for the relevant half-term:

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for Fine Art below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 Fine Art, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for RSHE below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 RSHE, please refer to the following document which is taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 RSHE Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for Computing below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 Computing, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 Computing Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for DT below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 DT, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 DT Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for Drama below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 Drama, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 Drama Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for English below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 English, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 English Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for FT below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 FT, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 FT Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for French below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 French, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 French Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for Geography below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 Geography, please refer to the following document which is taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 Geography Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for History below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 History, please refer to the following document which is taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 History Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for Maths below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 Maths, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 Maths Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for Music below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 Music, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 Maths Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for PE & Games below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 PE & Games, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 PE & Games Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 7 Learning Journey for RE below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 7 RE, please refer to the following document which is taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 RE Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the individual Year 7 Learning Journeys for Biology, Chemistry and Physics below.

For more information on the overall science curriculum for Year 7 Science, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y7 Biology, please click here.

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y7 Chemistry, please click here.

 

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y7 Physics, please click here.

  • Internet safety
  • Impact of social media
  • Importance of attendance
  • Team building
  • Anti-bullying
  • Emotional Health and Wellbeing
  • Cyber-bullying
  • Healthy relationships
  • Carol Service
  • KS3 Wellbeing team introduction
  • Careers
  • Typically including –
  • Accelerated Reader and Word Games
  • Advanced Cooking
  • Art
  • Astronomy
  • Badminton
  • Coding – Everyone Can Create
  • Craft
  • Debating
  • Drama Workshop
  • Drawing – Anyone Can Create
  • Eco Team
  • Football
  • Garden Development
  • Guitar Intermediate
  • Golf
  • Hair styling
  • Latin
  • Model United Nations
  • Music – Everyone Can Create
  • National Connections Theatre Group
  • Netball
  • Photography – Anyone Can Create
  • Pure Textiles
  • Rock Challenge
  • Spanish – beginners
  • Strategic Games
  • Technical theatre/design
  • Orchestra
  • Video – Everyone Can Create
  • Warhammer 3-D Modelling
  • Year 7 Drama Festival
  • Sports Teams  offering chance to represent school, teamwork, self-esteem, skills development.
  • Assemblies—Planned rota for year to include Wider World issues and diversity.
  • Positive Discipline—ensuring high standards of behaviour and excellent ethos for students
  • iPads for Learning—providing different ways to explore and learn about subjects. Developing expertise in digital World.
  • Wider World—increasing understanding of issues and appreciation of diversity
  • Growth Mindset—Developing a can-do ethos and increasing self-belief
  • Wellbeing Work-Creating a school environment where Emotional Health and Wellbeing of all is promoted.
  • Reporting System—Ensuring progress and aims are understood by all.
  • Understanding and appreciation of diversity
  • Tutor time activities, including reading, Hegarty Maths, Tutor Time Discussion.

In addition to the subject information below, we produce half-termly updates which provide more detailed information on what will be covered in all subjects in a specific half-term. Use the following links to take you to the curriculum updates for the relevant half-term:

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for Art below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 Art, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y8 Art, please click here.

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for RSHE below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 RSHE, please refer to the following document which is taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y7 RSHE Learning Journey please click here.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 Computing, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

The Y8 Computing Learning Journey is currently being updated and will be posted here as soon as it is available.

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for DT below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 DT, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y8 DT Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for Drama below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 Drama, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y8 Drama Learning Journey please click here.

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for English below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 English, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y8 English Learning Journey please click here.

  • Health and Safety and rules
  • Nutrition, Cheese twists practical, evaluation and nutritional content calculation. Designing traffic light label.
  • Balanced diets
  • Meatballs in tomato sauce, Burgers
  • Review and analysis of food diaries.
  • Jam swiss roll – inc how to adapt to be healthier
  • Diet and Health
  • Diabetes and heart disease, Diabetic muffins and evaluation
  • Dietary choices including vegetarianism
  • Mexican Lasagne
  • Diet through life, requirements of age groups
  • Celebration dishes design for client, make and evaluate
  • Pizza swirls practical and evaluation
  • Different types of pastry – Berry tartlets
  • Sausage rolls
  • Pastry snack design, bake and evaluation

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for French below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 French, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y8 French Learning Journey please click here.

  • Earth’s geological history, rock types, geological landscapes, weathering and soils.
  • Glaciation physical processes and effects on landscape.
  • World environments.
  • Russia.
  • Coasts, waves, tides, erosion, weathering and managing the coastline.
  • Tourism
  • How successful were the Tudors?
  • How much change was there in the 17th Century?
  • India: How did a company from a small island take over the richest country in the World? (the East India Company)
  • Did the Industrial Revolution create a great nation for all?
  • Why have interpretations of Rorke’s Drift changed over time?
  • What was the slave trade, and why was it abolished in Britain?

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for Maths below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 Maths, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y8 Maths Learning Journey please click here.

  • Circle of 5ths and improvisation
  • Grade 3 music theory. Play scales, stave notation reading, composing, analysis. Instrument identification.
  • Popular music 2
  • Perform and analyse pop song from 60s to present.
  • Composition.
  • Research.
  • Traditional music 2.
  • Musicals 2. ic solo and ensemble skills.
  • Lyric writing.
  • Chord sequences.
  • Rhythms of the World 2.
  • Blues 2.

Consolidate and further develop basic skills and link them in conditioned and competitive games, following rules and demonstrating awareness of tactics for:-

  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Fitness
  • Rugby
  • Boys—Table Tennis; Girls—Netball and Gymnastics
  • Outdoor Adventurous Activities
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • House matches
  • Athletics
  • Boys—Cricket; Girls—Rounders
  • Athletics
  • Tennis
  • What is good and what is challenging about being a teenage Sikh or Buddhist in Britain today?
  • Beliefs about life and death, including Buddhist beliefs and Humanist approaches.
  • Should happiness be the purpose of life? Covers Christian, Buddhist and secular views of happiness.

You can find the individual Year 8 Learning Journeys for Biology, Chemistry and Physics below.

For more information on the overall curriculum for Year 8 Science, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y8 Biology, please click here.

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y8 Chemistry, please click here.

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Learning Points for Y8 Physics, please click here.

You can find the Year 8 Learning Journey for Spanish below.

For more information on the curriculum for Year 8 Spanish, please refer to the following documents which are taken from our Curriculum Handbook:

If you would like a higher resolution version of the above Y8 French Learning Journey please click here.

  • Social media impact.
  • Attendance.
  • Anti-bullying
  • Emotional Health and Wellbeing
  • Cyber bullying
  • Healthy relationships
  • Impact of rumours
  • Start a heart day
  • Wellbeing team
  • Careers
  • Prison Me No Way

Typically including –

  • Accelerated Reader and Word Games
  • Advanced Cooking
  • Art
  • Astronomy
  • Badminton
  • Coding – Everyone Can Create
  • Craft
  • Debating
  • Drama Workshop
  • Drawing – Anyone Can Create
  • Eco Team
  • Football
  • Garden Development
  • Guitar Intermediate
  • Golf
  • Hair styling
  • Latin
  • Model United Nations
  • Music – Everyone Can Create
  • National Connections Theatre Group
  • Netball
  • Photography – Anyone Can Create
  • Pure Textiles
  • Rock Challenge
  • Spanish – beginners
  • Strategic Games
  • Technical theatre/design
  • Orchestra
  • Video – Everyone Can Create
  • Warhammer 3-D Modelling
  • Year 7 Drama Festival
  • Sports Teams  offering chance to represent school, teamwork, self-esteem, skills development.
  • Assemblies—Planned rota for year to include Wider World issues and diversity.
  • Positive Discipline—ensuring high standards of behaviour and excellent ethos for students
  • iPads for Learning—providing different ways to explore and learn about subjects. Developing expertise in digital World.
  • Wider World—increasing understanding of issues and appreciation of diversity
  • Growth Mindset—Developing a can-do ethos and increasing self-belief
  • Wellbeing Work-Creating a school environment where Emotional Health and Wellbeing of all is promoted.
  • Reporting System—Ensuring progress and aims are understood by all.
  • Understanding and appreciation of diversity
  • Tutor time activities, including reading, Hegarty Maths, Tutor Time Discussion.

In addition to the subject information below, we produce half-termly updates which provide more detailed information on what will be covered in all subjects in a specific half-term. Use the following links to take you to the curriculum updates for the relevant half-term:

  • Japanese art and culture.
  • Produce Japanese-art-inspired piece.
  • Japanese mask production.
  • Art project based on the work of an artist of their choice.
  • Different genres in art  inc abstract.
  • Production and presentation of final piece.
  • Risky behaviour
  • Alcohol effects and dangers, Binge drinking
  • Smoking, Vaping
  • Cannabis, Drugs, Drugs and Gangs
  • Happiness
  • Relationships, Positive relationships, Abusive relationships
  • Marriage and legal rights
  • Consent
  • Sex, Contraception, STI’s, Teenage pregnancy, Sexting, FGM
  • Trolling
  • Pornography, Revenge porn
  • Sexuality
  • Dealing with stress
  • Mental Health
  • Gambling
  • Hate crime
  • Knife crime
  • Managing your money, Bank accounts, Tax and payslips, Budgeting, Debt
  • Ethical Finance
  • Project
  • Digital graphics inc Photoshop.
  • Collecting and analysing data and meeting the needs of known users
  • Understand simple Boolean logic [for example, AND, OR and NOT]
  • Creating a virtual tour.
  • Coding inc Python.
  • Project management to create a spreadsheet system.
  • Memphis mirror
  • research, design.
  • Design rendering
  • Annotation and labelling skills
  • Isometric drawing.
  • CAD sketching.
  • Physical modelling.
  • Joints.
  • Acrylic work.
  • Adhesives.
  • Memphis mirror assembly and evaluation.
  • Chair Project.
  • Sustainable
  • Furniture.
  • Ergonomic and
  • anthropometric principles.
  • isometric, perspective,
  • orthographic drawings
  • Model making of scale 1:6
  • chair using compliant
  • materials.
  • Evaluation.
  • Mortal Combat
  • Movement and body language
  • Communication of emotion
  • Lifts and counter-balances
  • Action, space, dynamics
  • Musicality and formation
  • Pantomime.
  • Devising Theatre: ‘Four Rooms’
  • Character development techniques: objects of character, role on the wall, hot-seating, in-character writing
  • Improvisation (polished and spontaneous)
  • Narrative structure and development.
  • Play Study – ‘Sparkleshark’
  • Holding Hands in the Dark (non-fiction)
  • Who runs the world?  The presentation of power in Animal Farm
  • Macbeth
  • Dystopian Worlds—looking at 19th, 20th and 21st Century extracts and short texts—considering Wider World reality and desired, including short extracts from Hunger Games and Divergent.
  • Society and Identity: Where do you see the world in 20 years?  How would you like the world to be?
  • Speech writing
  • GCSE Bridging Unit: developing fiction and non-fiction reading and writing skills
  • Health and safety in industry including hazard types and signs
  • Preparing and cooking food, inc personal hygiene, clean work surfaces, cross contamination and temp controls. Factors in high risk foods. Temperature probes. Tomato and Mozarella Galette
  • Buying and storing food, temp control, ambient storage and date marks.
  • Bacteria contamination and control.
  • Lasagne practical and evaluation
  • Presentation of food
  • Microorganisms, enzymes and food spoilage. Yeast
  • Cheesecake, Free fridge poster, Soup practical then own recipe soup, Food provenance, Damper bread, Careers, Viennese Whirls Preparing and shaping food
  • Key West Chicken Bites, Extended knife skills
  • Spinach, mushroom and feta quiche
  • Sequencing for Calzone recipe
  • Foods around the World, Flat breads, Food styling, Chocolate, raspberry sauce, Fish Goujons, Veg spring rolls, Street food assessment – designing and making
  • Labelling and packaging, advertising, mandatory and voluntary, marketing methods,
  • Making and packaging truffles and presentation to class
  • Adjectives to describe personality, recap of key verbs (avoir and être) adjectival agreement, physical descriptions, conjugation of reflexive verbs and imperfect tense, using emphatic pronouns.
  • Friends—recap perfect and near future tenses.
  • Sports. Recap of jouer and faire. Body parts and health issues.
  • Exposure to authentic media and encouraging spontaneity of opinions.
  • Food and meals, dietary requirements, healthy eating, idiomatic language, conjugation of simple future and conditional tenses.
  • French festivals, cultural differences, Bastille Day, si clauses, recap of conditional tense.
  • The EU and Brexit effects.
  • China
  • Tectonics
  • Weather-related hazards.
  • Africa.
  • The Middle East.
  • Crime including impact, mapping, managing, heroin impact and global context.
  • Energy resources, impact of energy industry, global patterns of use, fossil fuel use and extraction, conflict and differing views on alternative energy sources.
  • How did women achieve the right to vote in the early 20th Century?
  • How far was Germany responsible for WW1.
  • What do we remember about WW1 and why?
  • Why did WW2 occur?
  • The Holocaust.
  • How free were people in the 20th Century — American civil rights.
  • Why was policing in Whitechapel so difficult? A historical investigation.
  • Calculation of roots and with integer indices.
  • Standard form and use in calculations.
  • Inequality notation.
  • Error and accuracy.
  • Construction and loci.
  • Identities.
  • Algebra including quadratic equations.
  • Application of congruence concepts.
  • Compound units  eg density, pressure.
  • Fibonacci sequences.
  • Linear inequalities.
  • Circle definitions, Use of Pi.
  • Pythagoras.
  • Congruence for triangles.
  • Gradients and intercepts, y=mx+c, Graphs
  • Simultaneous equations.
  • Probability, inc tree diagrams.
  • Data handling, Scatter diagrams, Lines of best fit., Cause and correlation
  • Circle of 5ths and Improvisation
  • Popular music 3.
  • Traditional music 3.
  • Musicals 3.
  • Rhythms of the World 3
  • Blues 3

Core and advanced skills confidently linked and used in conditioned and competitive games. Show good understanding of rules and demonstrate use of tactics for:-

  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Fitness
  • Rugby
  • Boys—Table Tennis; Girls—Netball and Gymnastics
  • Outdoor Adventurous Activities
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • House matches
  • Athletics
  • Boys—Cricket; Girls—Rounders
  • Athletics
  • Tennis

RS Short course – Christianity: Beliefs and Teachings:

  • What is Christianity?
  • Christian beliefs on nature and characteristics of God?
  • Evil and suffering?
  • Trinity – how itinfluences Christians?
  • Creation.
  • The incarnation of Jesus.
  • The crucifixion and resurrection.
  • The ascension.
  • The afterlife.
  • Christian beliefs on judgement?
  • Heaven and Hell.
  • The path to salvation and Jesus’ role.

Theme A: Relationships and families:

  • Christian teachings on human sexuality.
  • Sexual relationships before and outside marriage.
  • Contraception and family planning.
  • Christian teachings about marriage (including same-sex marriage).
  • Divorce The 21st century family.
  • Contemporary family issues Roles of men and women, gender equality.
  • Gender prejudice and discrimination

Islam: Beliefs and Teachings:

  • Introduction to Islam.
  • The Oneness of God.
  • Key beliefs of Sunni and Shi’a Islam.
  • The nature of God.
  • Angels
  • Metals & Thermodynamics
  • Force, motion and pressure
  • Chemistry
  • Energy
  • Genetics
  • Heart health
  • Disease
  • Phonics Recap: revising & expanding knowledge of sound-spelling links; revising syllabic stress; recognising silent letters.
  • School: school subjects; give opinions using comparatives; cultural differences between Spanish and British school systems.
  • World of Work: interests; jobs; opinions.
  • Future Ambitions: learning to form the Near Future tense.
  • Where I Live: types of housing; recap adjectival agreement; places in town; regional features.
  • Holidays: countries; transport; activities; recap Near Future tense; Perfect Tense; combining future & past tenses.
  • Social media
  • Attendance
  • Anti-bullying
  • Emotional Health and Wellbeing
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Healthy relationships
  • Careers
  • Options process
  • KS3 wellbeing team peer mentoring programme
  • Low Mill activity centre week for selected students
  • Further careers
  • Prison Me No Way

Typically including –

  • Accelerated Reader and Word Games
  • Advanced Cooking
  • Art
  • Astronomy
  • Badminton
  • Coding – Everyone Can Create
  • Craft
  • Debating
  • Drama Workshop
  • Drawing – Anyone Can Create
  • Eco Team
  • Football
  • Garden Development
  • Guitar Intermediate
  • Golf
  • Hair styling
  • Latin
  • Model United Nations
  • Music – Everyone Can Create
  • National Connections Theatre Group
  • Netball
  • Photography – Anyone Can Create
  • Pure Textiles
  • Rock Challenge
  • Spanish – beginners
  • Strategic Games
  • Technical theatre/design
  • Orchestra
  • Video – Everyone Can Create
  • Warhammer 3-D Modelling
  • Year 7 Drama Festival
  • Sports Teams  offering chance to represent school, teamwork, self-esteem, skills development.
  • Assemblies—Planned rota for year to include Wider World issues and diversity.
  • Positive Discipline—ensuring high standards of behaviour and excellent ethos for students
  • iPads for Learning—providing different ways to explore and learn about subjects. Developing expertise in digital World.
  • Wider World—increasing understanding of issues and appreciation of diversity
  • Growth Mindset—Developing a can-do ethos and increasing self-belief
  • Wellbeing Work-Creating a school environment where Emotional Health and Wellbeing of all is promoted.
  • Reporting System—Ensuring progress and aims are understood by all.
  • Understanding and appreciation of diversity
  • Tutor time activities, including reading, Hegarty Maths, Tutor Time Discussion.

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