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Our Curriculum

What will pupils learn while at Meadows School?

Meadows School offers an exciting broad, balanced and rich curriculum that includes core subjects such as Maths, English and Science as well as other subjects including Animal Care, earth sciences such as climate change, conservation and entomology,  Citizenship, Geography, History, Physical Education, Religious Studies,  Outdoor pursuit, PSHE including SRE and computer science.

We offer qualifications from Entry Level up to GCSE in most subjects.

Our bespoke services include learning at The ARC, a farming environment where pupils get to have their lessons while cuddling a range of animals.   They may even have a lesson in an American Diner. How cool is that!


Pupils are taught in small classes of a maximum of 7:1 often with additional 1:1 literacy and numeracy intervention as required.  They also receive at least 3 hours of English, Mathematics, PE and Science a week and at least one hour a week of other subjects, such as humanities, citizenship, Religious Studies and PSHE.

See HERE for our curriculum booklet

At Key stage 3, pupils are taught in line with the National programme of study and at Key Stage 4, pupils follow GCSE and Functional Skills qualification syllabus and ASDAN Short Course awards.

Relationships and Sex education (RSE)

Meadows School are committed to the education of the whole child through a broad and balanced curriculum. This includes the teaching of RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) and PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) at a level which is appropriate to the age and stage of development of our children.  Please see below our policy:

RSE 2021

Curriculum Plans

See below some of our Curriculum plans for 2021 – 2022

English Language                                                                   Mathematics   

Attainment Map.English 2021                                                     Curriculum plan 2021-2022 Maths

Biology                                                                                      Citizenship                                         

Religious Study                                                                     Animal care

Horticultural Award                                                            Earth Science

History                                                                                      computing

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