At St Wilfrid’s, we strive to provide a curriculum that enables our students to ‘Live life to the full.’ Their experiences both inside and outside of lessons enables our students to develop holistically. Through knowledge acquisition, students understand more about the way in which the world works, whilst through the process of learning they develop both their thinking and character. Our Christian and British values are interwoven throughout our teaching so that students learn to value themselves and others.
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We are still currently updating the details of our curriculum page.
Further content for each subject will be available soon.
Key Stage 3
All of our students study a broad range of subjects that develop knowledge and skills in traditional academic subjects alongside a broad range of creative and artistic subjects.
|Core Subjects||Humanities||Creativity and Exploration||Special Provision|
|RE||Learning for Life|
GCSE Foundation Year
Students start their GCSEs in Year 9. All students choose four options. This gives them time to explore a broader range of subjects.
Key Stage 4
Students reduce their options by 1 subject in Years 10 and 11. This gives them more curriculum time to concentrate on their final choices, thus gaining greater depth of knowledge and understanding.
|Core Subjects||GCSE Options||Vocational Options||Special Provision|
|English Language||Art||Creative iMedia||Event Operations|
|English Literature||Computer Science||Child Development|
|Mathematics||Design Technology||Enterprise and Marketing|
Key Stage 5
In Sixth Form, we provide students with a range of A-Levels and vocational courses that prepare students for academic life at a university or in a Higher Apprenticeship Pathway. Students choose at least 3 courses. Please see our prospectus.
|A-Levels||Vocational Courses||Additional Courses|
|Business Studies||Health and Social Care||Maths AS-Level|
|Chemistry||English or Maths GCSE resit for students not achieving a Level 4|
|Mathematics / Further Mathematics|