Every student at Fullbrook will have an active passion for lifelong learning and a growth mindset that, coupled with core strengths, enables them to be resourceful, resilient, respectful citizens of the 21st century. The Fullbrook curriculum is inclusive and inspiring: it is designed to be a progressive seven year model which supports students to be ready at each stage for the next step in learning. This enables them to prepare for success in their chosen careers in the local and wider world.
All students study a broad balanced curriculum:
- At KS3 this includes all national curriculum subjects
- At KS4 a wide range of curriculum opportunities are open for students to select an academic curriculum that meets their aspirations for KS5 and beyond
- At KS5 the students follow an ambitious academic curriculum.
The curriculum is built on the premise of leaving no one behind.
All students are supported to be successful at all levels and help each other to be better than they ever thought they could be.
The curriculum is supported by a wide enrichment programme.
Students learn transferable skills through all of their subjects.
All students take part in tutor time literacy, numeracy activities focused on reading for pleasure and the development of a wider vocabulary.
The Fullbrook curriculum is designed to enable all students to experience a wider experience of culture: Visitors, performances, trips and lessons on DLD, as well as all students being entered for RS GCSE which is focused on the ethics and philosophy of Islam and Christianity, the two main religions of our local community, whilst also covering Humanism.