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18/10/19

Just one week left of this first half term! Parents/carers - our weekly news bulletins should have hit your inbox and are also available on our website https://t.co/FJuISMBpLz. Please take the time to read them over the weekend! https://t.co/AfKJHoqoLd

18/10/19

Today is . On average, 2 children in every class of 30 will experience severe enough to hinder academic progress. For further info visit https://t.co/07Qil5igY9 or speak to our team. https://t.co/grfgbJcDM0

17/10/19

Retweeted From de Stafford PE

🚨GIRLS FOOTBALL TRIALS🚨 Next Thursday 24th after school. Come along and bring a friend! ⚽️

16/10/19

Excellent turnout at our Y11 study skills evening. Preparing for success.....#achieve https://t.co/M4rFj6vVpn

16/10/19

Thank you to the parents/carers and Year 11 students who have signed up for our interactive Study Skills event this evening. We look forward to seeing you at 6:30pm! https://t.co/m0tCukKbQ3

14/10/19

Retweeted From de Stafford PE

An excellent student led fitness session ⁦⁩ Well done to Shara who guided Y10 students through stretches and a core workout! 💪🏻 https://t.co/xxJMjWOsf7

11/10/19

Retweeted From Movingandhandlingtrainer

This might be one for your students to attend? https://t.co/riaGfbrFKw

10/10/19

Thank you to Lottie Cooper-Beirne and Katie Conway who having studied mental health and stress in Citizenship recently, shared some wise words with Year 7 and 8 in their assemblies this week. https://t.co/DPP39emKMI

10/10/19

Retweeted From de Stafford PE

Well done to the ⁦⁩ Y10 Netball team, a fantastic effort at the District Tournament! Thank you to ⁦⁩ for hosting # team https://t.co/EQ8tLjk1mE

09/10/19

Retweeted From de Stafford Art

The Year 7 Ceramics groups have been creating clay tiles inspired by Islamic patterns https://t.co/9LXogDWNeK

08/10/19

Retweeted From de Stafford PE

Using Swiss balls to improve tackle height at rugby club 🏉 https://t.co/l6Y8OJe0xk

08/10/19

👏🏻 https://t.co/GQzcKe4Nip

08/10/19

Retweeted From de Stafford PE

A fantastic effort from the ⁦⁩ Y8A/B Netball teams today! In horrendous weather conditions, they displayed tremendous resilience & great teamwork! Well done to players of the match Bethany F & Carla T 👏🏻 ☔️ 🌧 https://t.co/em7Hi7hrqW

08/10/19

A reminder that the deadline for applications is this *Friday 11 October*. Don't miss this out on this life changing opportunity to develop new skills, confidence and an edge over others when you apply for college, university or a job! https://t.co/A6pDrmxV1C

07/10/19

Parents/carers of our current year 9 students are encouraged to attend our 'GCSE Journey' Information Evening this Wednesday 9 October. No need to make an appointment, please just arrive for 6pm in the Main Hall. https://t.co/y9PXe6SDJF

05/10/19

Retweeted From United Nations

Do you remember your favourite teacher? On Saturday's , we celebrate teachers around the world & all they do for our communities & societies. https://t.co/cZpBCTtxVx https://t.co/8xN1Qyjz3h

04/10/19

Our Year 7 students enjoyed a day today, which included a walk across the Farthing Downs (and befriending local sheep) 😃. https://t.co/seQsXgCLcp

04/10/19

Students and sheep https://t.co/01sY9QG1zA

04/10/19

Year 7 in the distance! https://t.co/pbahYGZXVQ

04/10/19

Year 7 walk the great outdoors https://t.co/3shAb5AHQb

Curriculum Overview

The aims and statutory elements of the national curriculum are met within our own, and we endeavour to provide this through inspiring lessons, that encourage learning, and support every student whilst catering for individual needs.

As part of our fair and balanced curriculum, all students can expect to be taught: English, Maths and Science, Spanish, Technologies, PE, Religious Education, Geography, History, Music, Drama, Art and Citizenship/PSHE until the end of Key Stage 3 when they choose their GCSE options.  Their timetable then becomes more personalised, according to their preferences and skills.

Literacy, mathematics, computing skills and SMSC (spiritual, moral, social and cultural education), are developed across all subjects, and each student is supported to achieve confidence and proficiency in these areas, as part of their basic skills. Small group support and coaching in a range of areas, is provided where students may need it in order to reach their potential.

Where necessary and appropriate, the curriculum is adapted to suit the needs of an individual student through dis-application of the National Curriculum - this is done in close collaboration with parents, teachers and support teams.

At de Stafford we work hard to plan a fair and balanced curriculum which matches the needs of every single one of our students, from the moment they arrive in Year 7, all the way until they finish their GCSE studies at the end of Year 11.

You can find more information on individual subjects by visiting our Subjects page.

Should you require further information on any aspect of our curriculum, please email Jeff Place, Deputy Headteacher jeff.place@destafford.org.uk