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The World is Changing
The Options process is a way of preparing students for:
A rapidly changing world…
A highly competitive world…
A globalised world…Slide3
Science (Core + Additional)
PE (non exam)Slide4
Three Possible Pathways
Year 8 students will be placed on one of two pathways. The pathway for your child will be based on a combination of expected progress from KS2 SATs scores and the latest tracking data.
The two pathways are:
Progress 8 pathwaySlide5
Progress 8 Pathway
Art (Art & Design)
Photography (Art & Design)
Textiles (Fashion)Product DesignGraphic ProductsFood (Catering)Creative & Performing ArtsMusic*Music TechnologyDramaDancePerforming Arts
HumanitiesHistoryGeographyBusiness StudiesLanguagesFrenchGerman**ICTICTComputingCreative Media (Gaming)Physical Education & Well BeingBTEC SportGCSE PE
** = must be able to play an instrument or sing
* = must have studied this subject on Year 8Slide8
Information Advice Guidance
Mentoring from form tutors
Speaking to subject staff
Subject documents on the
Mid January onwards GCSE subject information will be available on the website.
During the week beginning Monday 25
January students will be issued with their
Parents’ Evening on Thursday 11
February will provide an opportunity to discuss GCSE courses with subject staff.
Options forms must be handed into form tutors by –