Structure of Reception and Key Stage 1

Each number represents the number of “lessons” of time allocated per week for that subject.

Rec Y1 Y2

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Leaders and teachers assess the prior learning, development, experiences and needs of children before they join us in Reception. The whole team of staff, children and families work together, blending the best practice from Reception and Year 1 so that children have the best possible start in our school and are fully prepared for the curriculum in Year 2. In each subsequent year, teachers are able to share expert and detailed assessment and information about children’s prior learning, development, experiences and needs.

 

Structure of Lower & Upper Key Stage 2

Each number represents the number of “lessons” of time allocated per week for that subject.

Additional Personal Development is delivered through Registration time and individual themed days.

Y4 Y3

Y6 Y5

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Leaders and teachers work together and with families and with colleagues in partner schools to maximise progression and continuity from Years 3 to 6. This includes a fully cohesive approach to preparation for the transition to Year 7, where (in future years) 50% of any Year 7 cohort will be pupils already in Temple Learning Academy during Year 6 and 50% will be pupils in our partner primary schools during Year 6. Teachers develop explicit links between year groups, and the all-through programmes of learning maximise opportunities and progress for students. This includes pupils experiencing a wider variety of subject-specialist teaching, facilities and resources in Key Stage 2.

 

Structure of Key Stage 3

Each number represents the number of “lessons” of time allocated per week for that subject.

Additional Personal Development is delivered through Registration time and individual themed days.

Y9 Y8 Y7

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Leaders and teachers work together and with families and with colleagues in partner schools to maximise progression and continuity from Years 7 to 9. This includes a fully cohesive approach to preparation for the transition to Key Stage 4, maturing the skills and competencies required for students to be fully successful independent learners who are fully equipped for the challenges of national Key Stage 4 programmes of study.

 

Structure of Key Stage 4

Each number represents the number of “lessons” of time allocated per week for that subject.

RE & additional Personal Development is delivered through Registration time and individual themed days.

Y11 Y10

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Leaders and teachers work closely together and with colleagues in partner schools to maximise progression and continuity from Years 10 to 11 and to secure successful destinations for all students. Students are empowered through a broad and balanced curriculum that allows them to further develop their expertise in specialist subjects whilst also maintaining a focus on a full range of subjects that will prepare them for future life, education, employment and training. This could include both academic and vocational programmes of study. Our aim (by 2023) is that at least 70% of Key Stage 4 pupils will continue to study the full range of EBacc subjects, and at least 60% will sit final Key Stage 4 examinations in the full range of EBacc subjects.