ANOTHER ‘OUTSTANDING’ RESIDENTIAL OFSTED JUDGMENT FOR ST DOMINIC’S SCHOOL

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Key Stage 3

At Key Stage 3, most pupils will be ready and prepared to transition around the school, following a modified secondary school style approach that allows them to have subject specialist input in a range of National Curriculum subjects but helps pupils cope with the challenges of change and transition.

The range of subjects on offer at Key Stage 3 are: English, Maths, Science, Humanities, Computing, Art, Design Technology, Food Technology, Physical Education, PSHCE and Languages. Please see below further information on these subjects.

Click here to view the Year 9 Options Booklet.

Computing – Year 7

Computing – Year 8

Computing – Year 9

Design Technology – Year 7

Design Technology – Year 8

Design Technology – Year 9

English – Year 7

English – Year 8

English  – Year 9

Expressive Art

Humanities – Year 7

Humanities – Year 8

Humanities – Year 9

Maths – Year 7

Maths – Year 8

Maths – Year 9

Physical Education – Year 7

Physical Education – Year 8

Physical Education – Year 9

PSHCE – Year 7

PSHCE – Year 8

PSHCE – Year 9

Science – Year 7

Science – Year 8

Science – Year 9

 

The residential special school provides highly effective services that consistently exceed the standards of good. The actions of the school contribute to significantly improved outcomes and positive experiences for children and young people. Ofsted – March 2019

 

 

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