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Curriculum Overview

All our students at Key Stage 3 follow programmes of study along the lines of the National Curriculum in all subjects, which are designed to deepen knowledge and skills as well as engage and inspire through new and exciting opportunities. Alongside the core subjects of English, maths, science, ICT/Computing, Philosophy Religion and Ethics (PRE) and Physical Education, all our students study a broad range of subjects across a wide variety of disciplines such as art, history, geography, modern foreign languages (MFL), performing arts and technology.  From September 2022, Misbourne students will follow a three-year KS3 curriculum, enhanced by personalised ‘modular options’ in Year 9.

When our students come to make their choices for GCSE, they can also opt to study from an additional range of subjects such as Business Studies, Economics and Photography. When considering Sixth Form choices, the range of subjects available to choose from at Key Stage 5 broadens even further, to include subjects such as Psychology, Sociology and the Extended Project Qualification.

Our broad curriculum offer is complemented with Personal Development (PSCHCE) lessons, taught by experienced and dedicated staff. During these lessons, students learn British values and their own rights and responsibilities. It is here that we also teach them how to live a healthy lifestyle, both physically and mentally. We also have curriculum ‘Enrichment Days’, where a variety of different activities and experiences are used to strengthen students’ knowledge, which, alongside the practical application of skills, combine to provide a deeper learning experience. As the Hub School for careers provision in Buckinghamshire, all our students benefit from a renowned careers, advice and information programme.

School life at The Misbourne is enriched by our range of co-curricular activities. We know that learning does not just take place in the classroom. We firmly believe that exciting opportunities not only bring learning to life but make life-long memories, as well as teaching norms for successful collaboration and socialisation.

We offer a broad spectrum of sporting, musical, scientific and other activities where students can extend their gifts, talents and interests. These range from chess club to music clubs such as ukulele band or school choir, a popular STEM club and the Carnegie book club to name but a few. We also have a popular Student Leadership Award Programme. Our co-curricular programme is all about providing students with a chance to explore existing passions and discover new ones beyond the classroom. Further details on our Enrichment and Co-Curricular programmes can be found by clicking on the links to the left of this page.


The Misbourne Curriculum Statement September 2023

The Misbourne Curriculum Policy

Year 7 Curriculum Map 2023-24

Year 8 Curriculum Map 2023-24

Year 9 Curriculum Map 2023-24