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Super Curricular

Students in Years 12 and 13 are expected to participate in activities that are over and above their subject studies, which relate to the field of study they want to pursue at university or employment they intend to explore after A-Levels. Teachers will provide students with an extensive list that may cover books to read, podcasts to listen to and trips to exhibitions and plays. This will help to encourage lifelong learning and enable students to stand out in preparation for their next step.

In this academic year, students have been given the opportunity to experience the subjects they are studying outside of the classroom and in the real world.

  • Forensic talk delivered by a crime scene investigator in Psychology.
  • In PA an ex-student Paul French who now performs in the West End did a workshop and a session on applying for performing Arts courses
  • In Business Studies, students went to London to spend the day at the MAN Group in London [Investment company]
  • In Psychology, Sociology and Law students attend lectures at Suffolk University on topics not covered in the specification.
  • In computing, a talk was delivered to students from ARU on live networking.
  • In Law students took part in the Mock Bar regional competition and won
  • Geography and Science students spent 4 days in Iceland.
  • In PA Jack Petchey Glee Club Challenge
  • In PA students attend the Making Moves Dance Project and Sharings
  • Senior Maths Challenge and Senior Maths Team Challenge – Students came 2nd out of 20 schools.
  • In Politics Year 12 students’ trip to Parliament
  • Global Quality Lead of Food Standards at Mars talk for Year 12 and 13 students about the operations of a multinational corporation in April/May time.
  • In English, theatre trip to The Importance of Being Earnest.
  • National Computing Museum trip Year 12 students

Subject resources can be found Below.

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