Curriculum

Our Approach to the Curriculum

Wright Robinson College is committed to offering a broad and balanced range of courses that enable students of all abilities to enjoy their learning and make excellent progress. The Curriculum in Year 7 is particularly effective at supporting students make the transition from Primary School, but at the same time offering a challenging and academic focus.

The curriculum at Wright Robinson College is highly personalized and there are a range of different routes available for all students.

The numbers below show the hours typically assigned to different subject areas. These hours are dependent on the individual route that students study.

Wright Robinson College has a two week timetable.

Key Stage 3

KEY STAGE 3Yr7Yr8
English 88
Literacy11
Maths88
Science77
PE44
Geography44
History44
MFL44
ICT33
Art22
Music22
Drama11
Design and Technology22
RHRSE11

Wright Robinson College is committed to offering a broad and balanced range of courses that enable students of all abilities to enjoy their learning and make excellent progress. In KS4 students are able to select from a wide range of relevant GCSE and Vocational KS4 courses that equip them for further education or an appropriate apprenticeship when they leave in Yr11.

The curriculum at Wright Robinson College is highly personalized and there are a range of different routes and courses available for all students.

The numbers below show the hours typically assigned to different subject areas. These hours are dependent on the individual route that students take and the courses they choose to study.

Core

KEY STAGE 4Yr9Yr10Yr11
English (Language & Literature)998
Maths888
Combined Science889
PE444

Additional subject available for study at GCSE or equivalent level

GCSE courses will receive 4, 5 or 6 hours dependent on the year group and nature of the course.

GeographyMedia
HistoryCatering
SpanishBusiness
FrenchSpanish
Religious StudiesCitizenship
ArtGraphics
PhotographyTextiles
DramaMusic
PE (GCSE)PE (BTec)