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The curriculum is divided in to 3 Key Stages across the school. Each key stage is a progression from the last both academically and socially. This allows students to develop the skills needed to thrive in a Secondary School environment, at a pace that suits their needs.

Key Stage 3  

Year 7 and 8

The transition from Primary School is a challenge for all Year 7 students and the traditional change to Secondary school can seem very daunting and seem too quick to allow students to thrive and feel success. To aid this transition Year 7 and Year 8 are mainly taught by one teacher for the majority of the time. They will be slowly integrated into life at Broomhill Bank to allow the support and nurture that many felt at primary school to continue.  

Year 9 

In Year 9 students become less dependent on one teacher and will access a full range of subjects across the curriculum with different teachers. They will develop the skills needed to prepare them for GCSE level courses. In this important transitional year, we hope that students are starting to develop the self-reliance and resilience needed to make the most of the education opportunities offered to them.

Key Stage 4

Year 10 and 11 

At Key Stage 4 students will study a range of Level 2 courses leading to qualifications by the end of Year 11. At this point students will be able to select a range of subjects to study alongside the core curriculum. By widening the students experience of a range of subjects we hope that students will develop a clear idea of how they wish to progress into Key Stage 5 and beyond.

Key Stage 5 – 6th Form 

Year 12, 13 and 14

The Sixth Form at Broomhill Bank School aims to provide an active learning programme in preparation for adulthood. The students’ individual timetables have a balance of academic, leisure, independence/life skills and work experience in line Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications, which will develop a personalised programme towards their intended ‘destination’. During this time student will undertake a range of subjects and have the opportunity to undertake work experience and college placements.

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