Key Stage 3
As a girls’ school, we are acutely aware of the need to educate our students in the vast opportunities available to them, including traditionally male careers within the likes of STEM, sports and business. Our students are encouraged to strive for the remarkable in whatever field takes their interest, no matter its historical gender split. And that starts with our Key Stage 3 curriculum.
From Year 7 to Year 9 our education is designed to provide a rounded experience, with broad programmes to ignite interests and the necessary foundation steps to enable them to progress.
Key Stage 4 (GCSE)
At GCSE, students are able to focus more on their areas of interest and, for many, the preparation needed for their future career aspirations. Alongside six compulsory subjects, students choose their preferred language, humanity, social science and creative courses. We have many years of experience in guiding our students through this process, with the staff and resources available to help each student make the right decision for them, when the time comes.
Here's everything you need to know about our GCSE options from September 2018.
Key Stage 5 (A-Levels)
The A-Level system has returned to its traditional linear routes, so you will study the same three (or in some cases four) A-Levels across your two years in Sixth Form, with exams in Year 13 determining your final result. We offer more than 20 subjects to choose from, including the facilitator subjects as well as specialist courses.