Sutton Community Academy Curriculum Intent

At Sutton Community Academy we want all students to leave able and qualified to play their full part in an ever-changing world, through an ambitious, creative and innovative curriculum which empowers students with the skills, knowledge and attributes to allow them to succeed with the challenges of life beyond their time at school.

Our ‘5 pillars’ curriculum commitment to all students

Our unwavering commitment to these pillars underpins every lesson we teach and every decision we make, ensuring that students at Sutton Community Academy will experience a curriculum that:

  • enables students to acquire a range of knowledge and skills in a safe and happy environment
  • is knowledge rich in order to develop students’ vocabulary and wider cultural capital
  • is inclusive, nurturing and tailored towards the needs of the individual
  • is focused on developing the very best reading, literacy, oracy, numeracy and digital skills – enabling access to the widest learning and the very best careers possible
  • creates opportunities for students to personalise their learning, following pathways relevant to their own ambitions and allowing them to grow their talents
  • raises aspirations through the pastoral, academic and extra-curricular provision, and high-quality, independent on-site careers services
  • is enriching, ensuring all experience a rich variety of cultural, artistic and sporting activities
  • is ambitious and broad in terms of coverage, encompassing and extending upon the English National Curriculum
  • celebrates the uniqueness of our local area
  • develops character, leadership, personal pride and the highest moral standards
  • celebrates diversity, challenges injustice and promotes equality
  • is brought to life by well-qualified, evidence-informed and passionate practitioners

 

Our broad and balanced curriculum offer

At Sutton Community Academy, we are proud to offer a curriculum that is unique and ambitious, with opportunities for every child to succeed.

In Spring 2021, we restructured the school day. This consolidated our subjects and provided enhanced lesson times to each period, allowing for deeper learning of knowledge and more enriched practical lessons.

Our curriculum is being supported by significant, multi-million pound investment from the Trust into our classrooms and facilities – new science labs, humanities classrooms and music and drama studios are already in use – with full renovation of all learning areas including a new community theatre planned over the next 3 years.

 

Curriculum Brochures

KS4 Options Information 2021

Post-16 Prospectus 2021

2022 brochures for next academic year are currently being processed and will be available to view in November (Post-16) and January (KS4).

If you require any further information on our curriculum offer please contact Richard Fegan, Vice Principal via email: richard.fegan@attrust.org.uk