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The term ‘curriculum’ includes all activities undertaken by students and their teachers, both on and off the normal timetable. Our curriculum grows from the Mission Statement of the College and the Governor’s curriculum policy.

We aim to provide a curriculum which is broad, balanced and relevant for each individual student and courses which students will enjoy and in which they will be successful.

The College is a Christian Community and it is our aim that Catholic principles and values should be present in the teaching of all subjects throughout the curriculum. In addition, all students at the College follow an appropriate course in Religious Education.

The curriculum of a school is dynamic – it must never become static. Therefore it is continually reviewed and developed in the light of changes at national level and according to the needs of the individual students.

For more information please see the GCSE curriculum booklet below.

Our current students are also able to find their Prep (homework) timetable below.



GCSE Curriculum HandbookOptions Process BookletElements (Year 7) Prep timetableRudiments (Year 8) Prep timetableGrammar (Year 9) Prep timetableSyntax (Year 10) Prep timetablePoetry (Year 11) Prep timetable


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