Year 10 - Didcot Girls' School

Year 10

Our aim is for the curriculum to allow and support every girl to thrive and achieve to their best at a pace appropriate to them. There is additional support to enable those with learning or physical difficulties as well as an advanced learner programme of study.

Years 9, 10 & 11

Pupils in Years 9, 10 and 11 (Key Stage 4) follow a common core curriculum of English, Science (Core or Separate Sciences), Mathematics, Physical Education and Personal Development (which includes Religious Studies, Morality and Ethics). Pupils can choose up to an additional 4 subjects from a variety of academic and vocational courses, depending on appropriate individual challenge, preferred learning style and future aspirations.

To support pupils with their subject choices, we publish a detailed subject guidance booklet, run an evening Options Event for parents and pupils, run ‘taster’ lessons, meet with all Year 8 pupils individually, and discuss future career possibilities, aspirations and subject requirements within the PD curriculum.

Pupils are taking the following Option subjects at GCSE:

Art Business Studies  
Citizenship Computer Science Dance
Drama Food Preparation and Nutrition French
Geography German Graphics
Health and Social Care History Home Languages
Mandarin Media Studies     Music
Physical Education (PE) Design & Technology: Resistant Materials Psychology
Religious Studies Spanish Textiles

Tom Goodenough
Head of School

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
Curriculum Policy Sep 2017 17th Sep 2017 Download
@DidcotGirls07:45 AM - 9th August, 2018 It's a sad farewell to Mr Walker with a lovely article by in the Read more
@DidcotGirls11:37 PM - 8th August, 2018 The end of an era and time to say ‘goodbye and thank you’ to a wonderful man. Read more
@DidcotGirls01:06 PM - 2nd August, 2018 Topical recap: "We must continue to shout out about the liberating, humanising, intoxicating power of the arts": my blog on arts education: Read more Read more
@DidcotGirls01:06 PM - 2nd August, 2018 The reduction in the number of children studying the arts will have a knock on to the cultural capital of this country. Playing in a band, dancing in a group, speaking someone else’s words in public is simply food for the soul
@DidcotGirls01:03 PM - 2nd August, 2018 Intrigued by the description of tuning cycles as a way of honing professional development. 'The Teacher Gap' is a brilliantly constructive read so far. Read more
@DidcotGirls01:02 PM - 2nd August, 2018 Thanks for everything you've done to inspire so many young people ! Could we ask you to write an article for us to help encourage more business volunteers to get involved?
@DidcotGirls01:02 PM - 2nd August, 2018 Word of the day: ONOMATOMANIA - frustration at being unable to think of the appropriate word.
@DidcotGirls10:41 AM - 30th July, 2018 You may have already seen this...to the school who truly inspires the next generation of women leaders! 😊 ! Read more
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