The core aim of the curriculum at Hunterhouse is to enable all students to succeed in their learning. The organisation and delivery of the curriculum is designed to encourage individual progress through, for instance, the provision of different pathways, choice and flexibility where appropriate and progression between the key stages.
Throughout Key Stage Three (Years Eight to Ten) the curriculum is broad and balanced and students are taught mainly in form classes but are subdivided into smaller groups for practical subjects.
At both GCSE level and Post 16 level the College exceeds the requirements of the Entitlement Framework with an appropriate blend of General and Applied Courses including STEM courses. In recent years new subjects have been introduced at both key stages. These have included GCSE Child Development, BTEC Travel and Tourism and Criminology.
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|Key Stage 4
Core Subjects (5 ½ or 4 ½ GCSEs)English
Learning for Life and Work
Double Award Science or Single Award Science
Religious Studies (Short Course GCSE)
Physical Education and Games (non-GCSE)Optional Subjects (choice of up to a further 4 GCSEs)
Art and Design
* These courses are offered in collaboration with South Eastern Regional College
Applied Health and Social Care*