Curriculum Overview

Our Curriculum

Our curriculum is what we plan for students to learn while they are in our school. This includes all that is planned for students to learn inside and outside the classroom.

We are proud of the curriculum offer here at Framingham Earl High School, and believe it meets the needs of our students.

We believe our curriculum is stimulating, fulfilling, enjoyable and imbued with moral purpose. A child’s experience of the curriculum at Framingham Earl High School enables them to flourish.   

Our School values underpin our curriculum

 

Enjoy and achieve

Framingham Earl High School retains a three-year Key Stage 3 curriculum and a two-year Key Stage 4 curriculum, although where appropriate certain subject areas construct a five-year programme. This ensures the broadest curriculum offer is retained for as long as possible. The planned curriculum in each department is ambitious in its scope, allowing all students the opportunity to achieve highly. It aims to broaden horizons and increase the cultural capital of all our students. 

Be creative

Framingham Earl values creativity in learning. We retain a broad curriculum, embracing the arts and technical subjects, to which we allocate significant time at KS3 and offer as options for GCSE.

Respect each other

Our curriculum is designed to promote equality and diversity. We seek to challenge discrimination of any type. Opportunities for this are planned through the curriculum. Each curriculum area plans for all students, considering all levels of prior attainment, educational need or gender.

Be heard

The curriculum reflects Fram’s commitment to democracy. All students study a full course GCSE in Citizenship which includes a requirement for an action project. Where possible, the curriculum is developed and reviewed in collaboration with our students.

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