Here is a breakdown of the Curriculum and the amount of hours dedicated to each subject:
Click HERE for our Curriculum Policy
The curriculum intent at our Academy has been designed in consultation with staff and students:
British Values that are explored in a variety of ways throughout the academy day and in extra-curricular time. The Academy curriculum and pastoral support programmes supports the government definition of British values.
- Assemblies; focus varies and can be topical, or group specific
- Election of Student Leadership Team members
- Charity Support through the Student Council
- Supporting National Days e.g. Anti-bullying, Safer Internet Day, Jeans for Jeans, Children in Need
- Weekly topical news items
- Quizzes and activities in Tutor time
- Support of community activities e.g. Christmas party for Elderly
- PSHE lessons
- Religious Education
- Across the curriculum e.g. texts studied in English
- Cross curricular activities
- Working with local PCSOs
- Discovery days throughout the year
- British Values Focus term
Summary of Careers Guidance and Inspiration at Caistor Yarborough Academy
“We need to provide more inspiration for young people, more real-life contact with the world of work so that when they come to make big decisions, they understand where different choices could take them in the future.” Inspiration Vision Statement: Careers HM Government.
Our Careers Leader is Mr Joe Gascoyne, he can be contacted by email Joe.Gascoyne@cyac.org.uk or by telephone on 01472 851383.
Summary of Spiritual, Social, Moral and Cultural Experiences at Caistor Yarborough Academy
The students experience and explore SMSC issues (Spiritual, Social, Moral and Cultural) in a variety of ways throughout the Academy day and in extra-curricular time. Some are planned whilst others arise from an activity.
Whole Academy initiatives such as support of charities and the ensuing fund raising, anti-bullying fortnight, Inter House competitions, Safer Internet Day all lead to exposure to thought provoking situations and debates. These all challenge our students’ perspective on life, they also help and encourage students to participate and use different life skills.
Themed assemblies, particularly from visiting speakers, can reach out to the students and help them to reflect on consequences of behavior, how this can affect them and others.
PSHE (Personal, Social, and Health Education) actively studies topics such as Democracy, The Media, Legal Systems, Parliament, Multicultural GB, Dictatorships in the World, Electoral systems, Politics.