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The delivery of our curriculum, is underpinned by our intention to develop the confidence, ambition and communication skills of our young people. Our approach to doing this is summarised under each of the Lawnswood Link headings, and can be seen threaded through each of the subject pages.
Effective assessment and high-quality teaching & learning are essential to ensuring that all students can access the curriculum. Please click on this link to our Assessment Handbook to read more about our approach to assessment.
At Key Stage 3 students study a wide range of subjects for three years, in order to allow them to then make informed choices about which subjects they wish to learn at a greater depth during Key Stage 4. The Year 9 Options book, summarises the range of course on offer at Key Stage 4 >>
At Key Stage 5, we work in partnership with Ralph Thoresby School to ensure that students then have a further range of course to choose from, which are listed in the Key Stage 5 prospectus >>
On this day August 13th: in 1521 - Spanish conquistadors captured Aztec Emperor ending the Aztec Empire. What disease had they brought to the Aztec kingdom? in 1926 – Fidel Castro, Communist leader of Cuba born. When did he take power through the Cuban Revolution? #curiosity https://t.co/UX62farKH2
13th August 2020
Y13 parents, please share results day photos with us tomorrow to allow our whole learning community to share in Y13 successes. If you are happy for us to share photos via twitter/our website please email them to email@example.com. Good luck! #Classof2020 #celebration https://t.co/2E1GrozqrQ
12th August 2020
On this day August 12th: in 1981 - IBM introduced its first Personal Computer. What does IBM stand for? in 1904 – Alexei Nikolaevich , the son of last Tsar, Nicholas II was born. What medical condition did he suffer from that contributed to the Russian Revolution? #curiosity https://t.co/es3IDuE2v7
12th August 2020