Important letters sent to Parents and Carers, including those regarding school matters, educational visits, activities in school time and extracurricular, may be read and downloaded below.

Changes to the Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 Curriculum

Kingsway Park High School takes pride in continuously improving and a key area of focus this year is to review our curriculum. For launch in September 2020, we are currently working hard to redesign our curriculum to ensure that it is truly engaging, relevant, challenging, and prepares each student for the most happy, healthy, and successful future. This means each subject is reviewing what is taught and how topics are sequenced in line with the Government National Curriculum and other national guidance. All updated information about our school curriculum will be published on the school website in the summer term.

Changes to when students select KS4 option subjects

From September 2020, KPHS students will spend 3 years (Y7-9) studying KS3 subjects and 2 years (Y10-11) studying GCSE/KS4 option subjects. All GCSE/KS4 option subjects are specifically designed to be studied over 2 years.

Timeline of key dates:

Date Event
Spring Term 2020 (Y8) Students and parents/carers informed of changes to the length of KS3 and KS4
September 2020 (Y9) Students join Y9 and continue to study the full range of KS3 subjects
Spring Term 2021 (Y9) Students are supported to select GCSE/KS4 optional subjects (including reserve choices).
Summer Term 2021 (Y9) Students are allocated and informed of their GCSE/KS4 optional subjects
September 2021 (Y10) Students join Y10 and begin study of GCSE/KS4 optional subjects
Winter Term 2022 (Y11) Students apply for post-16 college/apprenticeships places
Summer 2023 (Y11) Y11 Students complete GCSE examinations (May-June) and receive final results (August)
September 2022 (Y12) Students begin post-16 college/apprenticeships places

The school gave my son all of the help & support that he needed,which has made him much more confident in himself

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The school gave my son all of the help & support that he needed,which has made him much more confident in himself

PARENT OF A PUPIL

The school gave my son all of the help & support that he needed,which has made him much more confident in himself

PARENT OF A PUPIL