At Maiden Erlegh we aim to deliver a high quality curriculum with a range of pathways that provide a stimulating and demanding education for students of all abilities.
We believe that our personalised curriculum produces:
- Rigour, high standards, coherence
- A core of essential knowledge in the key subject disciplines
- Freedom for teachers to use professionalism and expertise
- Memorable experiences which put learning in a wider context
- A wide range of opportunities for personalised stretch, challenge and support
- A range of rigorous assessment opportunities which support high quality of information advice and guidance for students and parents
- Varied option choices for all groups of students including the most able and SEND
- Varied progression routes for all students: post 16 and post 18
Running through all of our curriculum, including the pastoral curriculum, are strands of Personal, Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural education (SMSC) which cover themes such as:
- Making and maintaining positive relationships
- Staying safe and healthy (including Sex and Relationships Education, Radicalisation and cyber-safety)
- Respect of self and others
- Equality and inclusion – especially tolerance, respect and understanding of people from protected groups, including those with different faiths and beliefs
- British values eg: rights and responsibilities, democracy and the rule of law
For further information about each subject please view our subject overviews from the menu.
For guidance on the Foundation to KS4 Options process please download our KS4 Options booklet.
For further information on how we deliver our curriculum please download our Learning, Teaching and Assessment Framework.
For guidance on how we set appropriate homework please download our Homework Procedures.
There are also details on our Learning and Teaching page about the sorts of tasks set for homework by subject and about how parents can support their child at home.
For further information on our extra-curricular provision please see our Enrichment Curriculum page.
In the event of the school being closed please see the Emergency closure work for students page.