Curriculum

Principles

Our curriculum is the principle means by which the aims of St Gregory's Catholic High School are achieved. It includes all of the lessons, activities and experiences planned and delivered by the school within and beyond the school day.

 

We aim to provide the best quality education for all our students so that they become:

  1. Successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve
  2. Confident individuals who lead safe and healthy lives
  3. Responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society

Through our curriculum, we  help pupils to develop their full potential.

 

We believe the curriculum in our school should be:

  • Broad and balanced – our students should be able to develop academically, creatively, morally, socially, spiritually, and physically .

  • Inclusive, boost self-esteem and raise aspiration – it should motivate and develop students as rounded citizens who make a full and positive contribution to the society in which they live.

  • Relevant and prepare students for the future – all students should develop good literacy, numeracy and problem solving skills and be equipped with the knowledge, skills and understanding to make them effective, lifelong learners.

Curriculum Structure

The curriculum is delivered through a 25 lesson per week timetable each lesson lasting for 1 hour.  We operate on a two week timetable (A and B week).

 

A breakdown of learning time as follows:

 

 

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