Curriculum

Our curriculum is based on the same principles as those in mainstream educational environments and as such pupils are encouraged to pursue accreditation in as many subjects as is practicable.  However, we understand that whilst most students are highly motivated to take examinations, in some circumstances different approaches to learning are more appropriate.  Accredited frameworks may be adapted to suit a student’s own pace and in other cases, emphasis is placed on vocational emphasis is placed on vocational development and progression throughout the curriculum in the belief that our students will be ready to make the transition to college, apprenticeships or work, when they are ready.

It is important to mention that the Treasure House curriculum precludes the promotion of partisan political views in the teaching of any subject in the school.  When facilitating a session or discussion, especially in regards to politics, a balanced presentation is opposing views is always offered and students and staff members are encouraged to explore a range of perspectives and challenge pre‐conceptions that they may have in each area of discussion.

We are an AQA Exam Centre; where an accreditation is offered it is taught in line with the AQA specification.

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