The curriculum is defined as the learning experience that the school plans for its pupils.

The English-taught curriculum is based on the English National Curriculum adapted wherever appropriate to take into account the geographical location of the school and the needs of our pupils.
The Spanish-taught curriculum of language and humanities is based on the essential elements of the Spanish National Curriculum.
Thecurriculum is balanced, broadly based and provides opportunities for linguistic, mathematical, scientific, technological, social, emotional, moral, spiritual, cultural, physical, aesthetic and creative development.

The taught curriculum is enhanced and enriched by homework, educational visits, residential trips, after-school activities, debating club, community service and performance opportunities in music, sport and drama

Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) is an integral part of the curricular experience. PSHCE is delivered as part of subject programmes of study, through assemblies, dedicated PSHCE lessons and is supplemented by visiting speakers and offsite opportunities

The school’s formal timetable is based on a week of 40 forty-five minute periods. There are normally 36 weeks in each annual teaching cycle.


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