CurriculumOur all-through Curriculum
Curriculum ambition: national
Our intent and ambition for our curriculum is that it is designed to be generally in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum and that pupil progress, including the most disadvantaged, is strong, so that results for the school are consistently above national averages in all phases for key performance measures.
Curriculum ambition: school
Pupils will receive a broad and balanced curriculum that recognises the importance of reading to enable pupils to progressively build and deepen their knowledge, understanding and skills. The curriculum includes a defined entitlement to enrichment experiences through the taught curriculum and all other planned activities.
At Cavendish School, we recognise the importance of tailoring our curriculum to the needs of the pupils and families in our school community.
From their starting points our learners need in particular:
- Literacy, oracy and numeracy
- Planned transition into each key stage
- Intentionally planned opportunities to learn beyond the classroom
- An understanding of how to stay safe
Our approach to the curriculum is underpinned by our Four Pillars of Learning that sets out clearly the key elements of successful teaching and learning: Challenge, Engagement, Feedback and Independent Learning. Our pillars are consistent from Early Years through to Year 11.
Our learners and values
We aim to develop learners who demonstrate our values of Respect, Responsibility and Resilience. This informs our 2024 vision: ‘We want our pupils to be confident, independent, creative, high achieving learners who are prepared for life and its challenges and to fully participate as global citizens.’
of pupils achieved 9-4 in English.
After School programs
of pupils achieved 9-4 in Maths.
The staff and governors of Cavendish wish to congratulate all of our Year 11 pupils for the fantastic GCSE grades they have achieved this year.
Headteacher, Peter Marchant said, "The grades that our pupils have achieved are a reflection of their hard work throughout their time at the school and they can rightly feel proud of what they have achieved through these challenging times."