Mayesbrook Park Campus

Our curriculum

The curriculum at Mayesbrook Park Campus covers both Key Stages 3 and 4, and offers a range of subjects.

 

Key Stage 3 students

Additional subjects

English, Maths, Science, Design and Technology, Art, Citizenship, Personal Development, Music Technology, History, Physical Education, Mentoring

Some students may be entered for Functional Skills in Literacy or Numeracy during Key Stage 3.

 

GCSE 9-1 2017-18

Exam board and specification

English 9-1* Literature and English Language GCSE

AQA

Mathematics 9-1 GCSE and Functional Skills Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3

Edexcel

Science 9-1 GCSE

AQA

Design and Technology: Product Design GCSE

AQA

Art GCSE

Edexcel

Citizenship

AQA

History GCSE 9-1

Edexcel

Other GCSE subjects may be covered for students who arrive late in Years 10 and 11, and who have studied them at their previous schools.

Non–accredited courses

 

Music Technology Level 1 and 2

NCFE

Physical Education (PE)

Edexcel

Citizenship/Religious Education (RE)

N/A

There are additional support staff for the majority of lessons, and we also have mentors and a school counsellor. Students are also offered extra sessions to help improve their literacy and numeracy. Year 11 students can attend extra lessons after school and will receive revision packs for each subject.

 

14-16 Programme

Vocational courses

There are a limited number of places for students who are keen to complete a full-time vocational programme rather than stay on-site at Mayesbrook Park Campus. Students can follow a full-time Flexi Learning programme or a full-time college programme, which allows them to work towards qualifications that will lead them into post-16 education and training programmes.

Flexi Learning

The Flexi Learning Service offers a range of vocational courses at providers around the local area, giving students the opportunity to gain skills and qualifications to lead them towards post-16 education and training programmes.

 

For more information on the school curriculum, please call Cathy Stygal on 020 8270 6000 or email her by clicking here