The curriculum is:
Broad and balanced
Meeting individual's needs
Designed to ensure continuity between key stages
Aimed at securing progress and realising potential in all students
Focused on recognising achievement
Providing challenge and promoting high expectations.
Key Stage 3
All students follow a curriculum comprising English, Mathematics, Humanities (including RE), Technology, Modern Languages, Creative Arts, PE, ICT, Science and Personal Development (Tutorial) and Citizenship.
Key Stage 4
Students can follow courses leading to public examinations at GCSE and/or vocational qualifications in English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Creative Arts, Humanities, Modern Languages and Vocational areas. In addition, students follow a course in Citizenship and Personal & Social Education, which also cover Careers and Health Education.
Key Stage 5
The College offers a wide range of AS and A2 subjects leading to a full A level accreditation. Vocational subjects of a one or two-year duration are offered to include Btec Nationals and OCR.