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We are proud of our academic excellence as well as our achievements across a broad spectrum of activities - personal and social, sporting, artistic, musical and cultural.

Use the links below to view the curriculum structure for the current academic year.

Curriculum Overview

Here is the Curriculum Overview for KS3 and KS4

Art and Design

In Key Stage 3, students study a range of topics which allows them to investigate the use of different media including both 2D and 3D.

Business Studies

Business Studies is a relatively new course and was only introduced at Yewlands in 2014. The subject allows students to gain an insight into the

Design Technology

The foundation of quality in teaching and learning is for appropriate knowledge, understanding and skills to be identified, planned and taught.


KS3 Drama allows students to gain the key skills and confidence to pursue Drama as an option at GCSE level.


The English curriculum has been built with the aim of enabling all students to develop a genuine enjoyment of literature and writing.


The aims of the Geography Department at Yewlands are to stimulate a sense of awe and wonder about places, help them make sense of the rapidly


The History Department at Yewlands Academy encourages students to study the past to help them understand the world in which they are growing up.


Students will work collaboratively at times to ensure that they are developing their teamwork, presentation and leadership skills.


The STEM Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - subjects play an important role in enabling young people to make a meaningful

Modern Foreign Languages

We believe in the transformative effects of Modern Foreign Languages. They can play a vital role in the future of our students, opening the doors of


Students work collaboratively to develop Performance, Composing and Listening Skills, with a focus on the elements of music.


SMSC (Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Learning), PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education), British Values, Prevent and CSE (Child Sexual

Physical Education

Physical Education at Yewlands reflects and reinforces whole school aims. High expectations, tailored learning pathways and student voice form the

Religious Education

Religious Education at Yewlands Academy is an important and successful subject. The department is coordinated by highly qualified specialists who are


Science at Yewlands Academy has a dedicated and supportive ethos with an unrivalled sense of team spirit.

Creative Media

Creative Media covers Art, ICT/Computing (including Business) and Music.

Post 16 Education

Post 16 Education