Key Stage 3



Pupils are allowed to build their knowledge and skills in the application of Maths in various to show their competence in Maths as a tool in industry; Creativity to help understand and create solutions to varying problems; Critical Understanding in utilising of maths as a tool for modeling and representing situations and finally in Application as maths as a rigorous and coherent discipline.


English is vital for communicating with others and fundamental to learning in all curriculum subjects. Children are taught to develop their skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing so  that participation in society and employment is mad easier. Pupils learn to confidently and effectively express their creativity and imagination in both fictional and non-fictional writing.

Literature requires enthusiasm and critical reading of stories, poetry and drama as well as non-fiction and media texts, allowing access to the pleasure of reading and knowledge. We encourage pupils to look at patterns, structures, origins and conventions of English to help understand how the language works and how they can then progress to the next stage to KeyStage 4.


Following the National curriculum like all our courses, the pupils are taught a wide range of theories to help them understand various concepts in order to deepen and broaden their knowledge in Application, Implication and its Thinking. Children are shown that creativity and innovation in science is important and to appreciate this importance in the workplace and why it should be sustainable. Along side this historical and contemporary developments are discussed and how they are communicated explaining to the pupils why science is evolving in all areas.