Junior School (Key Stage 3)

experimentA school curriculum continually evolves as a result of both internal and external factors. 

These bring about changes which have to be properly managed.  This is both a difficult and a delicate undertaking.

Nevertheless, in response to these demands, the staff of the school have developed an effective curriculum policy which is kept under constant review.  This task has been made somewhat easier due to the fact that the school has a history of undertaking effective curriculum review and development.  Currently the School is reviewing its Curriculum and implementing the new Northern Ireland Curriculum requirements.

YEAR  8

Art, English, French, Geography, History, Home Economics, Information and Communication Technology, Mathematics , Music, Employability, Citizenship, Physical Education, Religious Education, Science, Technology and Design.

YEAR  9

Art, Citizenship, Employability, English, French, Geography, History, Home Economics, Information and Communication Technology, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religious Education, Science, Technology and Design.

YEAR  10

Art, Business Studies, Citizenship, English, French, Geography, History, Home Economics, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, PSHE/Careers, Religious Education, Science, Technology and Design.

CEA -     Key Stage 3 examinations are taken in English, Maths and Science at the end of Year 10.  ICT skills are accredited by CEA

 

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