Every child is different – they have different interests and differing abilities to manage, and cope with, their studying. Whilst students can study 7 subjects or more, there is no minimum or maximum number of subjects that any student is required to study at any level of their education. 
The following information will help you as you read through the choice of subjects available: 
Students can choose up to 7 subjects from the comprehensive range of subjects set out below as part of our KS3 Programme. 
There is no requirement to do 7 subjects. Students can choose fewer than 7 but the price of our programme remains the same. 
Students can choose more than 7 subjects at an additional cost. 
Each subject provides the foundational knowledge required to pursue any of these subjects at GCSE and beyond. 


During Key Stage 3, students become fluent in the fundamentals of maths, learn to reason mathematically and practice the skills and knowledge they develop through problem solving. This foundation knowledge is crucial preparation for iGCSE study. 


TKey Stage 3 Science helps students develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding in physics, chemistry and biology. Students learn the nature, processes and methods of science through a variety of scientific experiments and investigations, and develop an understanding of the uses and implications of science for today and for the future. 

Modern Foreign Languages 

Key Stage 3 students learn how to understand and respond to the spoken and written language from a variety of course, speak with increasing fluency and develop their vocabulary and pronunciation. They develop their writing skills, using a variety of grammatical structures. 


Students learn about different events within history, how these events have shaped Britain and how they have been influenced by the wider world. They learn significant aspects of the history of the wider world and gain an understanding of historical concepts and terminology. 


Students focus on developing skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening. They study a range of texts, improve their grammar and vocabulary and practice extended writing skills, alongside many other skills which prepare them for Key Stage 4 


Students gain and understanding of the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science, including abstraction, logic, algorithms and data representation and how to apply these. They learn how to analyse problems in computational terms and gain some experience of writing programs to solve problems. 


In Key Stage 3 geography, learning deepens and children continue to investigate a wide range of people, places and environments. They start to learn about the geographical patterns and processes and the political, economic, social and environmental factors affecting people and places. 

Other Subjects 

Students can study other subjects: Art, RE and other languages. These are, however, offered at an additional cost. We must have at least six students in each class for these to run. Each additional subject incurs an additional cost of £499 per year. 
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