Science at Key Stage 3 lays the foundation for understanding the world through the specific disciplines of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Scientific Enquiry. Students for Key Stage 3 (KS3) Sciences are prepared in accordance with the English National Curriculum which ensures that: 1. Students develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding 2. Students understand the nature, processes and methods of science through different types of science enquiries that help them to answer scientific questions about the world around them 3. Students are equipped with the scientific knowledge required to understand the uses and implications of science, today and for the future By the end of Key Stage 3, pupils are expected to know, apply and understand the skills and processes specified in the relevant programme of study.
IGCSE Accounting syllabus introduces students to the theory and concepts of accounting and the ways in which accounting is used in a variety of modern economic and business contexts. IGCSE Accounting is about developing an understanding of the theory and concepts of accounting, and their applications in a variety of business situations within a modern economic environment. An Accounting student is numerate – though not necessarily good in higher mathematics, logical, analytical and has good problem solving and presentation skills. This course will open up career opportunities in Banking, Small Business Ownership, Financial Planning, Stock Broking, Chartered Accountancy and Management and Financial Accounting, to name a few.
Art Education at the Regent Secondary School is regarded as a wide vocation which encompasses all aspects of human knowledge and research. Students at the school are engaged in a very varied range of experiences which include: • Sketching • Drawing • Portraiture • Painting in different media • Sculpture • Photography Students are encouraged to focus clearly on the acquisition of skills by exploring a broad range of ideas and materials.
Drama at Key Stage 3 enables students to enter into the fictional drama context and discover its possibilities. At this level, the emphasis is upon working with co-operation, empathy and understanding of others. Our aim is to foster the confidence needed to assume a role and to create an atmosphere where ideas, feelings and experiences can be strongly expressed and positively experienced.
The Physical Education Syllabus provides candidates with an opportunity to study both the practical and theoretical aspects of the subject. It is designed to promote enjoyment in physical activity and the knowledge gained should enable students to develop an understanding of effective and safe physical performance.
In Key Stage 3 students are taught to: • Read and interpret staff notation accurately in a range of musical styles, genres and traditions • Identify various types of Western music and composers through a study of Music History • Develop the skills required for performance in a range of solo and ensemble contexts through voice or musical instruments.