Welcome to the curriculum area of the Kenton School website
We pride itself on offering a provision for all students regardless of age or ability. Our curriculum brochure offers information on the construction of our Key Stage 3 curriculum which is very much designed around the core subjects of Maths, English and Science.
The brochure highlights the options students face at the end of Year 8 going into Key Stage 4 which are exciting, rigorous, and diverse and are complemented by the demands of the EBACC qualification, a set of qualifications we very much believe in.
The brochure also outlines the pathways we provide at Post 16 which prepare students for the outside world and the demands of Further and Higher Education or the work place.
As well as the Curriculum outline in the brochure and our Key Stage 3/Key Stage 4 curriculum plans, a complete list of the courses we teach is shown here.
On each page, you will find details of:
- The awarding body for the course
- The qualification the course provides
- A link to the course specification provided by the awarding body (where available)
- The academic year(s) who are taught the course
- A link to details about the Department who teaches the course
- Details of how the course is taught at Kenton
Courses by Key Stage
A full list of courses and qualifications offered by academic year has been provided to help parents/carers and students discuss the best options for study at our school.
How to find out more about our curriculum
General queries regarding the curriculum we follow should be directed to our Senior Vice Principal, Mr Devlin.
For specific queries about a course, please see the individual course page for details of who to contact.
If you have a Safeguarding issue, please contact us as soon as possible and talk to a Designated Member of staff. If you would prefer to talk to our Governors about a Safeguarding issue, please address the matter to our Safeguarding and Child Protection link Governor, Ms S O'Neil
At Kenton School we strictly follow the principles and rules as outlined in the Keeping Children Safe in Education policy.
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