At the Wordsley School, we believe that our curriculum must be rooted in the locality and context of the pupils and meet their needs within national and international expectations.

Following each reporting session, pupils have the opportunity to plan their next steps to help them progress as a learner.

Instead of using Levels or sub-Levels to assess achievement and inform feedback, the core knowledge, concepts and skills that underpin each subject have been assigned to 4 Growth Pathways.

From the beginning of Year 7, one of our priorities is to provide pupils with excellent information, advice and guidance regarding their future career and life.

We provide challenge for pupils who are considered more able or gifted and talented.

We provide support, tailored to individuals, to ensure that every pupil has the opportunity to thrive.

The Wordsley School is working, through its school ethos and curriculum, to secure the following British values.

At The Wordsley School we recognise that the personal development of pupils, spiritually, morally, socially and culturally plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve.