The curriculum encompasses all national curriculum subjects and is significantly broadened and enriched with variety at each stage of learning.
The Nursery and Reception classes deliver the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework. At Key Stages 1 and 2 pupils are given the opportunity to experience a wide variety of subjects. At Key Stage 2 the following subjects are taught: History, Geography, Religious Studies, French, Latin, ICT, Drama, Art and Technology, PE, Games, Dance, Swimming and PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education), as well as the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science. As an IAPS school, we are proud of the breadth and depth of the curriculum we offer.Nursery Robins (pdf) Nursery Wrens (pdf) Form RH (pdf) Form RHD (pdf) Form 1D (pdf) Form 1HL (pdf) Form 2G (pdf) Form 2J (pdf) Form 3D (pdf) Form 3G (pdf) Form 4C (pdf) Form 4S (pdf) Form 5B (pdf) Form 5W (pdf) Form 6B (pdf) Form 6G (pdf)
In Junior House, homework is introduced very gradually and there is no formal homework timetable. In Reception to Year 2, children are expected to read daily and in Year 1 and 2 there are weekly spellings to learn and, also, some Mathematics homework.
In Year 3, the first year in Upper School, again, there is no formal homework timetable. The girls are expected to read every day and Mathematics and English homework is set twice a week.Year 4 (pdf) Year 5 (pdf) Year 6 (pdf)