Cheslyn Hay Academy, Saredon Road, Cheslyn Hay, WS6 7JQ
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curriculum at cheslyn hay academy

Curriculum

What do we have to offer?

The school curriculum is designed to provide the students with a broad and balanced range of subjects whilst offering them as they get older increasing opportunity to specialise according to their personal strengths, interests and ambitions. Please click on the subjects below to find out more information.

​Key Stage 3 - Years 7 to 9

In their first three years, our students study:

Students also follow programmes in personal wellbeing, citizenship, independent studies and economic wellbeing (RSHE).

Key Stage 4 - Years 9 and 10

In Years 10 and 11 all students are prepared for an appropriate number of public examinations. The core subjects include English Language and English Literature, Mathematics, Religious Education, Physical Education and Science. All students also continue to follow the personal wellbeing and economic wellbeing programmes (RSHE).

​A wide range of other examination courses are offered annually subject to viable numbers. Currently, the range includes:

We also run some alternative vocational programmes in conjunction with other education providers such as VIP and Wightwick.

Key Stage 5 - Years 12 and 13

In Years 12 and 13 we are able to offer an extensive range of advanced level academic and applied courses. The present range of A Level courses on offer includes:

We partner with Great Wyrley Academy to enable our students to access a broad range of other courses delivered elsewhere whilst remaining a member of our sixth form. As with Key Stage 4 options, the running of courses depends on viable numbers. Further information about our 16+ provision can be found on our sixth form website.

Aspire Sixth website

 

Knowledge Organisers

Students have access to knowledge organisers to help summarise all of the essential facts we expect them to know within their Threshold Curriculum.

This knowledge will support them to make sense of what they are being taught and be able to relay this knowledge to other contextual understanding and help to make their learning stick.