Archbishop Blanch School

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Curriculum

Curriculum Principles

Pupil Entitlement

  • Archbishop Blanch School will provide opportunities, encouragement and guidance to enable every pupil to develop their abilities and achieve their potential within a safe and secure learning environment
  • Provision will meet statutory obligations, facilitate progression and be responsive to local and national agendas

 

The Curriculum should give access for all pupils to:

  • A broad, balanced  and appropriate curriculum
  • Outstanding outcomes in Maths and English
  • Personalised support and guidance
  • Outstanding learning and teaching opportunities

 

Community and Equality

  • Archbishop Blanch School is an inclusive school, committed to achieving Equality of opportunity for all its school community, ensuring that the achievement gap is closed for identified cohorts of students
  • Archbishop Blanch School will work with other education providers to ensure the smooth transition for all its pupils; from primary, from within the 11-16 phase, at post 16 and to Further and Higher Education
  • Archbishop Blanch School will contribute to city-wide educational initiatives for the benefit of all young people
  • Active partnerships will be developed with students, parents, employers and other community stakeholders for the benefit of Archbishop Blanch School students and the curriculum.