During the first three years (7-9) at the Corbet School, all students follow a curriculum designed to give them a broad and balanced experience which meets the requirements of the National Curriculum and equips them with a strong foundation for future study.
In year 9, we support students and their parents in making choices from a range of courses, including GCSE’s and alternative vocational courses to study in years 10 and 11.
All students at Key Stage 4 study English, Mathematics, Science and PSHEE to include Religious Education. In addition, the majority of students follow a language course.
The performance of every student, including those who have special educational needs or who are more able, is tracked against individual expectations. These expectations are high and are based on individuals working to their full potential. The curriculum at The Corbet School is further enhanced by our Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education and Citizenship Programme throughout years 7 to 11.
A host of extra-curricular clubs, trips and other activities enrich students’ experience beyond the classroom and help to develop their self-esteem and confidence.
Further information about the curriculum is available via the side menu on this page.