Key Stage 3
Mathematics, combined science, English, two MFLs (from French, German, Spanish), physical education, history, computer science, geography, religious education, music, art, food technology, design technology, textiles, PSHEE.
In Year 8 all girls study Latin.
In Year 9, science is taught as physics, biology and chemistry. Girls start their GCSE timetable from Term 6 of Year 9.
In Year 9 girls undertake a set of mini-options, which ensure breadth is maintained in their curriculum, but that they are able to cover subjects in increased depth.
Key Stage 4
All girls study a core GCSE curriculum of: mathematics, science (either individual sciences or Trilogy) a language and English (language and literature). In addition they study, although are not examined in, religious education, physical education, PSHEE, including careers guidance.
Three more GCSE are chosen from: French, German, Spanish, Latin, music, history, computer science, geography, classical civilization, religious studies, physical education, art, resistant material, textiles, food technology, and drama.
AS level dance and GCSE Greek are also available and taught as extra-curricular options in addition to these choices.