secondary school key stages
The UK Key Stages are targets to be achieved in various subject areas as set out in the UK National Curriculum.
Key Stage 3 (KS3)
At My Online Schooling, we teach the English National Curriculum. It’s a well-established curriculum that’s recognised for offering a broad, balanced and progressive education. Having been developed in the late 1980s, it has been reviewed regularly ever since, ensuring every programme and every subject is relevant and up to date. It’s not only taught in the vast majority of schools in England, but also used by thousands of international and British schools around the world. The curriculum is divided into Key Stages:
As such, this provides the baseline standards of what pupils should be learning in each subject for each stage and age, setting programmes of study which our teachers then convert into lessons delivered in the classroom.
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Community primary and secondary schools run by the council follow the national curriculum. Other schools, such as free schools, academies and private schools can follow a different curriculum.
The national curriculum is a set of guidelines schools use to make sure children around the country learn the same things.
All subjects are taught live, online, so there’s no going to and from school, saving valuable time, money and effort!
Following the British curriculum, the syllabus for each of our Key Stage 3 subjects gives students the ability to learn which subjects they would like to pursue further at International GCSE level before reaching Year 10.