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Example Timetable

Student timetables will be structured to ensure:

  • Recommended allocations of time to core and foundation subjects
  • A spread of lessons in core subjects throughout the week
  • Longer lessons for practical subjects

To achieve this the school will operate a two week timetable consisting of 6 lessons each day of 50 minutes.

An example of what this timetable might look like for a year 7 student could be:

Week 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Lesson 1 English History Technology Language History
Lesson 2 Maths PSHCE Geography RE
Break          
Tutor time          
Lesson 3 Language Geography English Art Maths
Lesson 4 Science Language Maths English
Lunch          
Lesson 5 Technology Maths PE Science Drama
Lesson 6 English
After school Club Sport Club Sport  

 

Week 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Lesson 1 English Science Technology Language History
Lesson 2 Maths PSHCE Geography RE
Break          
Tutor time          
Lesson 3 Language Geography History English Maths
Lesson 4 Science Language Science Maths English
Lunch          
Lesson 5 Technology Maths PE Science Music
Lesson 6 English
After school Sport Club Sport Club  

 

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Friday 27th April 2018: Year 11 Exam and Revision timetables have been emailed to Year 11 parents. Click here for important information about preparation for your child's GCSE exams.

Monday 16th April 2018: School re-opens for the Summer Term at normal time. Please ensure that your child arrives on time.

Friday 13th April 2018: We are recruiting- please click here for the latest vacancies. More information can be found on TES Jobs page.

Tuesday 10th -Friday 13th April 2018: Year 11 Easter Intervention Programme for targeted students. Parent's have been notified via email and text if their child is to attend.

Tuesday 3rd - Thursday 5th April 2018: Year 11 Easter Intervention Programme for targeted students. Parent's have been notified via email and text  if their child is to attend.

 

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