- Art and Design
- Business and Communication Systems
- Business Studies
- Our One to One Careers Guidance Rationale
- Children's play, learning and development
- Computing and ICT
- Design Technology
- Modern Foreign Languages
- P.E - GCSE
- Religious Studies
- The Prince's Trust xl Course
Our aim is for pupils to succeed in whatever field they choose and they thrive in the school's stimulating environment.There is a real sense of curiosity, creativity and an enjoyment of learning aided by the support systems we have in place; they give pupils the confidence they need to develop and succeed.
We strive to ensure that pupils of all abilities are well equipped to meet the opportunities of education, work and life. Therefore, an emphasis is placed on "learning to learn". Our pupil's are encouraged to use a variety of independent learning techniques to acquire thinking, revision and interpersonal skills. We believe it is our duty to provide pupils with the skills to learn as well as the essential knowledge they need.
The curriculum is explained more fully in the school's curriculum booklets
KS3 - Year 8 Curriculum Booklet
For details on Year 12 & 13 courses please visit 6th form curriculum
Non-uniform day helps our school community raise charitable funds for this vital UK blood cancer and bone marrow charity.
Our Year 7 pupils participate in a three day residential in Cumbria.
Archbishop Blanch pupils help support those in need in our wider community.
Our Christian value for this term is "community".
Closing Date: 3:30pm on Friday, 10th October.