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Our curriculum comprises a full range of subjects, including religious education, relationship and sex education and personal, social, health and economic education, drawing on good practice. Our intention is that our broad curriculum - including not only our academic subjects, but our pastoral curriculum and all that we offer beyond the classroom - contributes to advancing equality, diversity and inclusion.

We want our curriculum to have a positive impact on pupils of all races, disabilities, religions, sexual orientation and gender. We believe that all pupils of all kinds are entitled to a high-quality education, which includes preparing our pupils for life in modern Britain. Through our curriculum, we aim to develop our pupils into citizens who understand and appreciate diversity and who are respectful of difference. Our curriculum for those pupils who have SEND is ambitious, with the vast majority supported to follow a full curriculum where possible, but amended where appropriate to suit those with particularly high individual needs.

For curriculum and summative assessment information, please click an icon below or a subject heading to the left.

Please see to the left of this page for our curriculum rationale and organisation. Click here to view our policies, including Teaching and Learning, Curriculum and Pupil Equality and Diversity.

For details relating to the KS5 curriculum at Comberton Sixth Form, please visit or click here to specifically find out about learning programmes, courses, KS5 curriculum overview documents, Personal Development (PD) and Enrichment.