Our curriculum is a rich and stimulating mixture of subjects designed to meet the diverse needs of our students and challenge them to reach their full potential.

In Years 7 and 8 students broadly follow the Jersey Curriculum with the addition of Food Technology delivered at JCG and two hours a week of timetabled sport with many opportunities for extra curricular work. A comprehensive PHSE programme is delivered as part of the pastoral curriculum covering diverse areas such as self-esteem, personal safety and local government. In Year 9 students experience GCSE content and delivery styles in all subjects including ICT.

In Years 10 and 11 students can select subjects in our option system. We continue to suggest that students take the three Sciences but only insist they take two. All our students study at least one language. Many subjects offer extra-curricular activities providing support and extension work to students who show an interest in that area.

At Key Stage 5 (the Sixth Form) we continue to build links with JCG, Beaulieu and De La Salle. Alongside A levels, there is an Enrichment Programme designed to add value and diversity to the learning and experiences available in the Sixth Form. As well as this, our Friday Activities programme for Sixth Form students offers further opportunities for a number of activities including CCF, Duke of Edinburgh's Award, work shadowing, community volunteering, sport and Young Enterprise to name but a few.