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Curriculum Statement

A Broad and Balanced Curriculum at Moulton School


At Moulton School we are fully committed to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum. We are able to do this by delivering a range of curriculum subjects, which are well taught and resourced. We believe good teaching involves developing each child's natural intelligence, curiosity and abilities, and his or her appetite for learning and for full involvement in school life.  Throughout their time at the school, your child will be expected to combine academic lessons with an extensive personal development programme and extra-curricular activities.


KS3 - Years (7 and 8)


Students at Moulton School follow a wide a range of subjects, which provides a sound academic foundation for future success.

The subjects taught at KS3 (years 7 and 8) are (including lessons per fortnight);


KS4 - Years (9, 10 and 11)


As the students’ progress through school, they will have study some core subjects as well as having a choice in selecting from a wide range of subjects which best meet their needs and aspirations. The curriculum at Moulton facilitates the highest of academic challenge, leading on to A-levels and higher education, and also vocational qualifications, leading on to apprenticeships and further study at local colleges. Central to all curriculum pathways is the pursuit of excellence in a student's chosen field.

The subjects taught at KS4 (Years 9, 10 and 11) are (including lessons per fortnight);

Option subjects chosen by the students (4 subjects of 5 lessons);

Personal Development; This is taught through a 45 minute PSHE lesson on Tuesday mornings and a 45 minute Form circle on a Thursday morning.  Religious Education is taught through activities in tutor time.


KS5 - Years (12 and 13)


The Moulton School Sixth Form is the right choice for students who want to succeed in their learning through level 3 study and maximise their opportunities in life. With a number of further education facilities in the proximity we primarily offer academic courses, either A- level or BTEC level 3, and we are proud of the high levels of achievement our students achieve and that the majority of students progress into Higher Education.

The subjects taught at KS5 (Years 12 and 13) are (all subjects are 9 lessons plus 1 supervised study period per fortnight)