Wishing all of our pupils the very best of luck with their national tests and exams over the coming weeks.


Curriculum Offer


Our priority is to nurture and strengthen the health and well-being of each pupil through a curriculum that is inclusive to all and informed by Person Centred Practices, whilst supported by the UNCRC Rights of the Child.


The curriculum offer enables pupils to develop in line with the Four Purposes, providing tailored learning experiences that are broad, balanced and bespoke to the individual needs. The Welsh language, Literacy, Numeracy and Digital Competence are promoted and enhanced through Cross-Curricular learning opportunities.




Pupils in KS4 study a number of GCSEs and other subjects across the weekly timetable, these include:


  • English Language GCSE
  • English Literature GCSE
  • Mathematics and Numeracy GCSEs
  • Science GCSE (Double and Triple Award)
  • Art GCSE
  • CoPE Level 2 ASDAN
  • Agored Cymru qualifications (Level 1 & 2)
  • Health and Wellbeing and Relationships and Sexuality Education (R.S.E)


The specifications for these courses are available on the websites of the respective examination boards.



Enrichment and Wellbeing


All KS3 and 4 pupils participate in “Well-being Wednesdays”.  These sessions are designed to support mental and physical well-being and include walking, circuits, badminton, table tennis, boxing, mindfulness, applied drama therapy, music therapy and art and craft.


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All KS3 and 4 pupils have “Well-being Wednesdays” which are enrichment afternoons with a focus on physical activities. Each session has a range of options for pupils to enjoy with teaching and support staff. Options include:

Walking outside,

Fitness circuits,


Table tennis,

Relaxation and mindfulness,

Forest Schools (half termly rota),

Boxing skills,

Surf therapy (summer term only),

Applied Drama therapy,

Art and Craft (for those unable to participate in physical activity).

Primary pupils access half day sessions only in the Bridge and spend the remainder of their time in mainstream schools to ensure they access appropriate PE and Games lessons.