Sir John Nelthorpe School

Sir John Nelthorpe School

Learning Pathways

The foundations of a broad, balanced curriculum are laid in Years 7, 8 and 9. This is continued in Years 10 and 11 where the curriculum is based on a core of subjects, which all students must follow, complemented by a small amount of choice.

As an 11-19 school our courses are designed wherever possible to complement those offered in our Sixth Form.

The compulsory core curriculum subjects are:

English
Mathematics
Science
Careers and Personal Social Health and Citizenship Education
PE (no examination)
Religious Education (no examination)

Learning Pathways

In order to offer our students a more bespoke offer, we have divided the curriculum into two 'learning pathways' within which all students are able to access a range of suitable subject choices and achieve their potential at GCSE or equivalent.

To ensure that both parents and students are fully informed, information will be provided at a number of key points:

Tuesday 26th February - Learning Pathways booklets issued to Year 9 students in assembly

Tuesday 5th March - Year 9 Interim report and Learning Pathways form issued

Tuesday 12th March - Year 9 Progress Evening

Friday 15th March - Learning Pathways form completed and handed in to form tutor.

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