- Art, Craft and Design
- BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Award in Public Services
- Child Development
- Duke of Edinburgh
- Film Studies
- Forest School
- Health and Social Care
- Home Cooking Skills
- Hospitality and Catering
- KS3 Medical Curriculum
- Nurture Science
- Outdoor Education
- Personal and Social Education
- Physical Education
- Remote Learning
At Ethos College, the curriculum has been designed in such a way that there is flexibility and room for personalisation in order that we can respond to the needs of individual students. Consideration is given to the development of the whole student: their intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social and physical development. The curriculum is delivered through engaging and creative teaching to engender curiosity, active participation and the development of students’ own unique, creative responses. We work in partnership with referring schools and alternative providers in order to complement and further extend the curriculum offer and support the transition to post 16 education.
We offer a core curriculum of English, maths and science, supported by nine Level 2 qualifications; alongside other personalised pathways that are designed to support foundation learners.
For further information contact Mandeep Little, Deputy Head Teacher: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ethos curriculum is based on the following shared values:
We Have High Expectations for All - Which Means the Curriculum:+
- Has student progress and achievement at its heart;
- Challenges and stretches students to achieve their potential;
- Supports the development of high quality functional skills, including key literacy, numeracy and computing skills.
We Evaluate Our Own Performance - Which Means The Curriculum:+
- Is reviewed annually by the senior leadership team and the Board of Trustees against national performance standards.
- Includes the following characteristics: breadth, balance, relevance, differentiation, progression, continuity and coherence.
We Work Together - Which Means the Curriculum:+
- Empowers students to develop and be able to use high quality personal, learning and thinking skills and become independent learners;
- Complements that of referring schools, wherever possible, to ease transition;
- Involves the community and parents/carers in students’ learning.
We Ensure That No Individual Is Left Behind - Which Means The Curriculum:+
We Ensure That All Students Use Their Initiative And Demonstrate Responsibility - Which Means The Curriculum:+