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The following subjects are offered at Stepney All Saints School across each year group. In addition students may receive support for identified individual special needs and language support. The school reserves the right to alter the offer at any time subject to statutory requirements and the needs of the school.

Following the school name change in 2020 we are also further developing our work around the curriculum to ensure that it is inclusive, progressive and prepares students for the modern world in which they live. The school aims to ensure the curriculum gives each and every student a rich, authentic and unbiased experience of the world we live in and their place in it as equal global citizens. As part of this we will:

  1. Redress the misrepresentation and underrepresentation of Black, Asian and ethnic minority groups throughout the school curricula.
  2. Teach students about Sir John Cass the person, the history of the school and the thought processes and events leading up to changing the school name and removal of the statues, using the name change and removal of statues as an example of how we as a community will stand together against racism in any form.
  3. Celebrate the contribution that Black, Asian and ethnic minority groups have made and are making in our local and global community within the curriculum and the school as a whole.
  4. Create opportunities for all to share cultural experiences so students are knowledgeable and can develop self-awareness in order to challenge and unlearn any prejudices.

Key Stage 3 (Year 7-9)

English, Mathematics, Science, Religious Education, PSHE, History, Geography, one Modern Foreign Language (Spanish, French or Bengali), Art, Textiles, Resistant Materials, Graphic Design, Food Technology, Drama, Music, Computer Science, Physical Education.

Key Stage 4 (Year 10-11)

Students study a compulsory core of:

English Language and English Language and Literature, Mathematics, Science – Separate Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) or Combined Science, Religious Education, Physical Education, PSHE

In addition a range of options pathways are offered tailored to individual student needs.  Courses will only run subject to student numbers and may be offered at either or both of GCSE, BTEC and Cambridge Technical Level 2.
GCSE: History, Geography, French, Spanish, Bengali, Art, Textiles, Drama, Music, Psychology, Sociology, Media Studies, Computer Science, Resistant Materials, Food Nutrition and Preparation, Graphics, Music, PE.
Level 2 BTEC: Information and Communication Technology, Business Studies.
Cambridge Technical Level 2: Health and Social Care.

Key Stage 5 (Year 12-13)

All students complete PSHE.

Students are expected to study 4 Level 3 courses (A Level or BTEC Level 3). Courses will only run subject to student numbers.

A Level: Physics, Biology, Chemistry, History, Geography, French, Spanish, Graphics, Product Design, Psychology, Sociology, Business Studies, Government and Politics, Economics, Computer Science, Law, Media Studies, English Language and Literature, English Literature, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, ICT, RE,

BTEC Level 3: Sport Science, ICT, Computing, Health and Social Care, Personal Finance, Business

Cambridge Technical Level 3: Health and Social Care

BTEC Level 2: Business, Health and Social Care

Who to contact for further curriculum information

Parents and members of the public who require additional information about the school curriculum are asked to contact,

Ms Shereka James – Deputy Headteacher