The aim of St Anne’s Catholic School’s broad and balanced curriculum is to:

  • Develop a life-long love of learning.

  • Ensure that every pupil is able to pursue excellence through a learning journey that best suits her or his needs, aspirations and abilities.

  • Promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of every pupil.

  • Achieve outstanding results at GCSE and A Levels.

  • Prepare every pupil well for their next steps beyond learning at St Anne’s.

  • Prepare every pupil to make a positive contribution to life in modern Britain.

Key Stage 4
In Years 10 and 11, your daughter will continue with the core subjects of English Language, English Literature, maths, RE and sciences. Science studies will lead to either a qualifications in double award GCSE Combined Science, or as separate GCSE Biology, GCSE Chemistry and GCSE Physics qualifications. This is decided by your daughter’s science teachers based on her progress and aptitude for the subject at the end of Year 9. All pupils study a PSHE curriculum through dedicated time in RE lessons and have PE lessons for general fitness throughout Years 10 and 11.

Your daughter will also have the option to study a number of other qualifications alongside her core subjects. She is also able to opt for “Study Support” sessions which take the place of one qualification and give her more time for independent study, supported by a member of staff.

 For further information on the curriculum of a particular subject, please contact the relevant Head of Department or your daughter's Head of Year.


Our most recent curriculum information presentations can be found here.

Telephone: 023 80328200 Email: info@st-annes.uk.com