The King's School curriculum is based on the following principles:
- We provide a broad and balanced, well-planned and sequenced academic curriculum which gives students experience of all of the elements of learning (metacognition, knowledge, understanding of concepts, skills and attitudes) and the areas of learning experience (aesthetic/creative, human and social, linguistic and literary, mathematical, physical, scientific, technological and spiritual, moral, social and cultural).
- Student wellbeing is at the heart of our curriculum, creating a caring, encouraging and ‘mindful’ learning environment where expectations are high, lessons are structured and students thrive, respect and care for one another, respond to challenge, take risks and receive praise.
- We value greatly the extra-curricular and activities programme; we offer a broad range of activities and encourage all students to participate fully. We feel that this plays an essential part in developing self-confidence, teamwork and leadership qualities.
For enquiries about the School Curriculum, please contact Mr D Rhodes.
For more details, please refer to the 'King's School Curriculum Overview' document below.