My School Room gives you the option to study a selection of courses that replicates a school timetable.
You can choose from six subjects at Key Stage 3
My School Room is flexible to meet your needs, so you can choose a single course, a group of three or the full six course bundle.
Key stage 3 maths is about learning to interconnect mathematical concepts that pupils can move between with ease and fluency. Being able to identify patterns and overlapping concepts in maths topics is key to KS3 progression.
The main aim of the English curriculum at Key Stage 3 is to cover language and literacy by equipping pupils with a strong understanding of the spoken and written word, and to develop an interest of literature through reading for enjoyment.
The main focus of Science at key stage 3 is to develop a deeper understanding of a range of scientific ideas in the subject disciplines of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Pupils should begin to see the connections between these subject areas.
At Key Stage 3 History, the topics covered are local, British and world history. Students approach topics from a variety of perspectives, including political, religious, social, cultural, aesthetic, economic, technological and scientific.
The Geography curriculum at Key Stage 3 is designed to cover a range of both human and physical geography requirements. Children will be expected to develop skills of reading maps and globes, drawing and measuring skills, and to develop the skill of using geographical instruments.
At Key Stage 3, our computing lessons focus on computer science, where children learn about the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work, and how to use information technology to create their own programs and systems.
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