Curriculum ethos

The curriculum at Weavers has a strong academic core. All students in Years 7, 8 and 9 follow a curriculum that includes English, mathematics, science, a modern foreign language, history, geography, music, drama, art and PE. All students follow a strong pastoral curriculum through a tutorial programme focussed on personal health and well-being. We maintain this breadth right through the school and offer an appropriate and impressive range of courses at both GCSE and A Level. In this way we aim to support the interests and aptitudes of all our students.

As a member of the Creative Education Trust, we recognise the importance and value of creative and practical opportunities to nurture positive attitudes to learning and develop the confidence, personal, social communication skills of all our students.

Weavers wants all its students to be aspirational and achieve their full potential. We have real strengths across the whole range of the curriculum and these can be seen in our ever improving examination results and the amazing experiences and successes beyond the classroom. This breadth of opportunity provides students with a high quality learning experience whilst maintaining both balance and choice.

‘Attitudes to learning are strong and students take pride in their work’ (Ofsted 2017)

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