At Key Stage 4 students will continue to follow a broad and balanced curriculum that is suited to their individual needs. We want every student to finish Year 11 with a complete set of Level 2 qualifications to take them on to their next stage whether this is employment, training or Post-16 study.
To find out more about the core and optional subjects your child can study at Key Stage 4, please take a look below:
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It’s facilitating activities and designing projects for the local residents, and it’s really magical to be part of. It goes without saying that I owe some huge thank yous to the team at ASA for all the ways they set me up for everything I’m lucky enough to do today! Part 4/4
I’ve had the chance to work on some amazing freelance work with theatre companies in Hull and East Yorkshire. I now work for Absolutely Cultured in Gipsyville as part of their community engagement programme. Part 3/4
After finishing uni, I was incredibly lucky to gain a place on the New Directors’ Programme ran by VAULT Festivals in London. I directed a piece of new writing on the West End last July - which was a completely incredible experience. Part 2/4