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Key Stage 3

It is important for students to experience a smooth transition from Primary to Secondary education and to a new and exciting curriculum. From 2016, Key Stage 3 students embarked upon a new curriculum, which is preparing them for the new GCSE courses in terms of content and skills.

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Key Stage 4

For the majority of subjects, Key Stage 4 will run over three years, with students completing courses at the end of Year 11. The RE full course is the exception, with students sitting the exam at the end of Year 10. This will allow the students to focus intensely on their RE exam in Year 10, then in turn give them the maximum amount of time to focus on their remaining subjects in Year 11.

Independent Learning

Independent Learning is the term that is used for homework at Chelsea Academy, in order to reflect the fact that studies undertaken by students outside of lesson time may take place within the Academy or at other locations, not just at home.

CEIAG programme

Chelsea Academy is proud to have been awarded the prestigious Investor in Careers Award in recognition of outstanding CEIAG provision. Across the whole curriculum, we strive to embed the eight Gatsby benchmarks of good careers guidance. To support this, we are currently undergoing a review of our provision in the hopes of attaining the 'Quality in Careers' Standard during 2018. For more information about the eight Gatsby benchmarks, please click here: