Key Stage 3 Curriculum


Rise Carr intends to:

  • create a personalised curriculum that meets the needs of the students, with the expectation that KS3 students following the national curriculum
  • provide a personalised educational experience for all our students
  • enable them to achieve their personal success
  • become productive, resilient, responsible members of our local community

Realise student potential through:

  • raised aspirations and high quality teaching
  • a safe supportive and stimulating environment
  • re-engagement with education through achievement
  • ensuring each individuals learning journey meets their needs
  • effective guidance to prepare for transition for a return to home school or a new educational setting


Rise Carr will provide students with:

  • a primary style model of teaching to make the transition from KS2 to KS3 more accessible for students who otherwise would find it hard to access a secondary model of education
  • quality teaching and learning
  • teachers plan sequenced lessons and assessment to develop students with a depth of knowledge
  • skills and content progression skills
  • a personalised curriculum to meet all students needs and interests.
  • a baseline assessment, so that all students have a clear starting point


  • Students will leave Rise Carr with the necessary skills and knowledge that they will then be able to apply upon their return to their home school or new educational setting
  • Students will leave able to make a positive progression to their next steps

Key Stage 3 Curriculum Overview

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