The curriculum at Fairfield is based on the premise of “achievement for all”. As wide a curriculum as possible is made available to the pupils to ensure that we allow access to the progression route of their choice. This means that the expectation of all pupils should be to experience a curriculum which not only prepares them for their chosen learning pathway in further education or employment, but develops and encourages a deeper understanding of the world in which they live, their own values and those of others from differing belief systems. The curriculum is designed to provide a broad balanced range of content, delivered in such a way as to enable all girls to demonstrate outstanding progress from their starting point. The curriculum includes a wide variety of learning experiences provided both in and out of the classroom.
|Subject||Year 7||Year 8||Year 9|
|Subject||Year 10||Year 11|
|GCSE English Language and Literature||9||10|
|GCSE Combined Science||9||9|
|Modern Language or Option A||5||5|
|Option B (Humanities choice) or additional English and Maths||5||5|
|Life Skills and RS||2||2|
Fairfield pupils are provided with the information, advice and guidance that they require in order to make the best decisions about progression routes beyond Fairfield. This takes place using external and internal expertise and in consultation with our partners in post 16 provision.