Curriculum at Myton

Myton staff and governors share the ambition that all our students are in class, regulated and accessing learning which constantly challenges them to improve their knowledge and skills. We understand it is our collective responsibility to achieve this ambition through; teaching students to understand cognition and their curriculum thus becoming self-assured learners, always matching the challenge in the classroom to the needs of the students, implementing school policies and procedures in a calm, consistent way, adapting our plans and practice when appropriate and ensuring all reasonable adjustments identified are in place thus removing barriers. School leaders will invest in staff to ensure all can access appropriate training to fulfil our ambition, meet our collective responsibilities and through facilitating collaboration both within Myton School and with like-minded schools, ensure all colleagues learn from the very best practitioners.

Curriculum Intent

  • To develop self assured learners; young people who have a desire to master their subjects beyond the requirements of exam boards, who can articulate their learning journey, who know their strengths and weaknesses and who take reasoned actions to improve their knowledge and understanding.
  • For all students to achieve aspirational outcomes regardless of their starting points, ensuring barriers are overcome.
  • To ensure all students have memorable experiences beyond the classroom which complement the broad curriculum within the classroom and inspire a love of learning.
  • To support lifelong success by ensuring students have the right knowledge and personal characteristics to thrive in modern Britain and the world.

Curriculum Overviews

Under the headings below is a Curriculum Overview for each of our subjects across each key stage.

Art

Art Digital Photography

Business & Economics

Children’s Play, Learning and Development

Computer Education

Criminology

Dance

Design and Technology

Drama

English

Environmental Science

Film Studies

Geography

Health and Social Care

History

Life Skills and PSHE

Mathematics

Media Studies

Modern Languages

Music

Physical Education

Politics

Psychology

Religion, Ethics and Philosophy

Science

Sociology

Documents and Information

Home learning and reflection activities guide for students

Promoting British Values Policy

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