We are currently undertaking a comprehensive review of our curriculum in response to the latest Ofsted framework. We will be implementing a new curriculum from September 2019
Curriculum Model 2018 link
Courses offered at KS4 link
At Corpus Christi we aim to develop the learning of the whole child, creating opportunities for students to grow and achieve through both engagement and challenge. We encourage our students to be independent and creative thinkers, participating effectively through both team-work and self-management, and developing the skills to analyse and reflect.
All of our students are entitled to a rich curriculum and an enrichment programme that successfully prepares them for the next stage of their life and learning journey.
It is our responsibility to have full awareness of the local, regional, national and international contexts for training and employment to ensure that our curriculum is a foundation for success for all of our students.
Our college community is wonderfully diverse and inclusive, we have high expectations of all of our students and personalise their pathways to ensure they have successful learning journeys.
Together we work, learn, pray, grow and live out our mission.
Key Stage 3 Curriculum (Years 7 & 8)
At Key Stage 3 we offer a broad, balanced and motivating 2-year curriculum which includes: Religious Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Modern Foreign Languages, Humanities, Technology, Creative Arts, Physical Education and PSHCE.
Towards the end of Key Stage 3, students are inducted into a rigorous option process where they are guided to make judgements about their future learning, enabling smooth transition to the academic rigours of Key Stage 4.
Key Stage 4 Curriculum (Years 9 – 11)
Our three-year KS4 curriculum enables students to study core subjects and three options. Our Key Stage 4 curriculum is tailored to personalise each pupil’s education. Subjects offered allow pupils to achieve the English Baccalaureate and access to vocational courses
Our mission statement asks students to “work to become the best that they can be”. We know that high quality teaching is vital to ensure pupil progress. Strategic planning, innovative teaching methods, and sensitive but honest assessment, enable our pupils to achieve and celebrate their academic potential.
Information on recent curriculum reforms link