Curriculum

Warlingham School offers a broad curriculum which aims to stimulate and challenge students with a focus on achievement. We are proud of our academic record, yet strive to make further advances each year.

Whilst we fulfil National Curriculum requirements, our schemes of work and option choice structures allow for the varied needs and interests of students to be met through timetabled lessons and within the extensive enrichment programme.  We work in partnership with businesses, local schools and colleges and encourage students to extend their learning experiences by engaging in visits, community projects and international links.
 
Our extensive options' programmes at Key Stages 4 & 5 are devised to maximise student choice and to cater for individual requirements; advice and guidance is built into our systems to ensure that students select the most appropriate courses to match their individual abilities, interests and career pathways.

Personal development is an important dimension of our curriculum. The Business & Enterprise ethos of the school impacts positively across the curriculum through the use of problem-solving and independent learning styles as well as through practical business applications in many subject areas.

Heads of Department work hard to ensure that students are challenged at the highest levels within the timetabled curriculum. In addition, a number of specially tailored events are organised to further stimulate these students.

The school's Learning & Development Department work with students' previous schools on entry to our school, to devise programmes and strategies that enable the child to be successful at Warlingham School.

Warlingham enjoys a good reputation for excellence in sports and the arts as evidenced by success in local competitions, exhibitions, concerts and productions.
 
For further information on subject schemes of work, please visit the Departments page in About Us.
 
For a breakdown of the main school curriculum by year group please click here
 
Aug 2017