The sole principle of the lower school is to embed skills for learning through the curriculum at an early stage in preparation for the rest of college life. All students will be taught a range of subjects sustaining common threads throughout every lesson. Your child will find lessons interesting and stimulating with field trips and memorable visits that will bring their studies to life. Students will undergo lessons around personal profiling, understanding their skills and developing an individual development plan, focused on providing a platform to help them realise their full potential on entering the middle school.
Subjects offered: English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, History, Religion and Politics, Spanish, Art, Music and Technology
Students will continue through to middle school where they will prepare for their GCSE’s – an important stage in their school career as they make personal choices regarding future studies.
To help with this, all students will undergo a common programme of university preparation which combines leadership development and a planned programme of enrichment designed to strengthen the individual choice of higher education. It is a time of hard work, but there is also time to pursue your wider talents and passions which is strongly supported by all staff at the college.
As with lower school, there is a common core of subjects, comprising English (Language and Literature), Mathematics and Science.
In addition to this, students can select from the following optional subjects: Drama, Economics, Business Studies, Computing, Geography, History, Religion & Philosophy, Art, Textiles, Graphics, Music, Spanish and Sport Science/PE
Whether you are new to Myddelton College or continuing from the middle school you will be welcomed into our vibrant Sixth Form community.
With guidance and support, students will select A-Level’s that compliment and support their future education route. Our Sixth Form department strives to take a global perspective on Higher Education, aiming to inspire students to consider not only universities within the United Kingdom but also around the world.
Teachers will encourage students to take more personal responsibility for their studies by effectively managing their time and finding the right balance between work and play to prepare them for life after Myddelton.
Students can select from the following subjects: English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Drama, Economics, Business Studies, Computing, Geography, History, Religion & Philosophy, Art, Textiles, Graphics, Music, Spanish and Sport Science/ PE