Heads of Learning
The Heads of Learning at Archbishop Sancroft are Mrs Caldwell (Years 10 & 11) firstname.lastname@example.org and Miss Picinic (Years 7, 8 and 9) email address is email@example.com . Their role is to monitor the academic progress of students and to ensure that each student achieves their potential. Parents/Guardians are kept informed of any particular successes or concerns which arise.
Please note for pastoral concerns:
The Heads of Learning focus on student’s academic learning. At Archbishop Sancroft there are Heads of Pastoral who deal with concerns about behaviour, friendships, bullying, illness or family-problems. Parents who wish to discuss such issues should contact in the first instance Miss Kidd (Chrisitan Pastoral Support Worker) firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs Navarro email@example.com (Assistant Pastoral Lead).
The time-table at Archbishop Sancroft is two weeks called “ODD” and “EVEN”. Students need to be clear which week it is; lessons on an “Odd Monday” will be different from lessons on an “Even Monday”. The timetable is written in the front of the diary. Students are expected to organise themselves with the correct books and equipment for each day.
KS3 Curriculum (Years 7-9)
Students joining the school follow a curriculum that includes Art and Design, Citizenship, Design and Technology, Drama, English, Geography, History, ICT, Languages, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religious Studies, Science and Textiles.
KS4 Curriculum (Years 10-11)
All students in Key Stage 4 receive statutory English, Maths, Science, RS, ICT (Functional Skills), Personal Social and Health Education, Physical Education, Citizenship, Careers and Enterprise. In consultation with parents and staff, students entering Year 10 are able to choose certain courses in addition to a core of required subjects. Details of these options are published and guidance is made available in the May prior to entry into Year 10.
Click here to download the KS4 Curriculum Handbook