In English, we provide the very best opportunities to enable students to develop into confident, independent individuals with high aspirations. We encourage our students to make a positive contribution to their lessons, the campus community and wider society. We are dedicated to providing a highly inclusive environment where young people are encouraged to be respectful and tolerant so learning can flourish. We are not just interested in teaching transferable skills. We love language and literature and know the power of the spoken and written word; we are able to journey through place and time and experience lives very different to our own. We teach empathy and understanding, and we celebrate difference. Our curriculum continually responds to the changing needs of our students and the times we live in; we pride ourselves in the diversity of texts studied and our student-centered approach to support each child to reach their potential.
Please note we may amend the order and content of teaching dependent upon the needs
of each individual class. English Language and English Literature are taught together at GCSE.
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Click here to view the Year 10 learning journey for 2022 – 2023
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In the event that students cannot attend class, their English teacher will provide
suitable work that follows the curriculum, through the Google Classroom.
Disclaimer: ‘The English Faculty reserves the right to change teaching plans as appropriate in response to government and exam board guidelines and information, and student need’.
Please click on the subject below for more details:
|Years 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11||Years 12 & 13|
- English Language & English Literature (GCSE)
- Media Studies (GCSE)
|A Level Subjects:
- English Language
- English Literature
- Technical Certificate in Digital Media