From the very beginning, our curriculum encourages each one of our students to achieve the best they can. Broadening their horizons and helping them to better understand themselves through a varied curriculum that stretches and challenges them. We’ll harness your child’s innate inner-drive, helping them to develop independence, confidence and a deep desire to learn and grow.
We provide Chromebook laptops as part of our fee. This gives students access to our Google Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), where they’ll be able to use our online learning resources, collaborate with each other, and complete assignments.
The School is currently redeveloping a beautiful Victorian building to become a new School Library and Sixth Form Study Centre to create further inspiring study spaces for our vibrant learning community.
The Leighton Park Learner Profile is a touchpoint for our students and staff, reminding all members of our teaching and learning community of the aspects of education that we value most greatly. These approaches and skills have an impact across the whole curriculum and enhance the educational experience for each subject as well as within cross-curricular activities. The School’s Quaker values are at the heart of the Learner Profile, underpinning everything that we do.
The promise of choice lies at the heart of Leighton Park’s curriculum with students exploring subjects in breadth and depth. Students are supported to explore new areas and build on their subject knowledge, enabling them to make an informed choice when it comes to selecting subjects at GCSE level. Watch our subject videos to hear what our students think.
Use the icon in the top right of the video to select different subjects.
Our CAS programme has been devised to help young people understand their role in the global community. For the students at Fryer House, this takes the form of our Change Champions initiative – with students coming up with sustainable ways to reduce the carbon footprint of the school then putting their ideas into action.
Integrated throughout our school, this covers a diverse range of age-appropriate topics, from climate change to personal relationships, financial education to the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
There’s nothing like seeing the places you’re learning about, or practising a language amongst native speakers. Our trips complement the work we do in the classroom, helping studies come to life.
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