Sir John Nelthorpe School

Sir John Nelthorpe School

Curriculum

At Sir John Nelthorpe School we strive to develop the whole person, to produce well-rounded young adults capable of developing themselves and responding positively to the demands that society will bring. The pupils’ experiences are organised to achieve the School’s Mission Statement, the requirements of the National Curriculum and to provide a broad and balanced curriculum. These experiences include programmes of study written for each subject, tutorial work and Personal, Social, Health,Citizenship & Economic education (PSHCE) and they are enriched by work-related learning, a wide range of curricular, extra-curricular, non-curricular, sporting events and visits. The programmes of study fulfil the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum.

At Key Stage 3 all pupils study the following subjects:

At Key Stage 4, pupils follow one of two pathways.

Both pathways follow the following subjects:

Pathway One pupils study three option subjects, which must include a Humanities subject and a Foreign Language. Pathway Two pupils also choose three option subjects one of which must be a Humanity, theother two do not have to include a Foreign Language, although they may if desired.

All pupils choose from the following subjects from each of the three option blocks:

Key Stage 5

A copy of the curriculum policy can be found here.Please note - students choose 4 subjects one from each of the 5 blocks + PSHCE and RE.

News & Events

Year 6 Open Evening - 22nd September - 6pm-8pm - Grammar School Road

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