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Curriculum Policy

At Wrotham School our curriculum is designed to promote our ethos of High Expectations, Challenge and Opportunity. We aim to create a curriculum that meets the needs of every student whilst offering opportunity to experience, enjoy and succeed in a wide range of subjects. We believe strongly in the importance of basic key skills such as literacy and numeracy and that these form the foundation for achieving progress in all subject areas and improve skills that facilitate social mobility and success in adult life.

We offer an increasingly academic curriculum that is designed to support a range of abilities and balances this with an appropriate menu of vocational qualifications. Our focus is on providing IAG that engages students in making informed choices at KS4 and 5 and challenges students to achieve and exceed prior expectations. Differentiation is a key aspect of our curriculum and course delivery. At Wrotham School we agree that differentiation is the key to ensuring all students make and exceed expected progress- in each subject area. Alongside differentiated planned activity and learning, we set at KS3 to ensure appropriate content levels for all ability ranges.

Read our full v3-curriculum-and-assessment-policy-september-2016

Curriculum Summary:

English Media Studies
Business Photography
Religious Education Psychology
Science Food Technology
Product Design History
Computer Science Sociology
Art Music
Drama Performing Arts