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KS4 Pathways (GCSE Options) 2021

 

Welcome to the 2021 GCSE Pathways options web page. On this page you will find all the information you and your child need to make informed decisions about GCSE subject choices. The key dates for this process are as follows:
  • Wednesday 3rd March- Pathways web page goes live
  • Thursday 11th March- Year 9 parents subject evening.
  • Friday 12th March- Pathways form opens to year 9 students
  • Friday 26th March- Pathways form closes to year 9 students

Pathways introductory presentation:

 

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Pathways Booklet 2021: This booklet contains all the information about the Pathways process, key dates and detailed subject information- Click Here

Subject Information Videos:

Core Subjects Option Subjects

Pathways Form:

Below you will find a link to the 2021 pathways form and a link to a video guide on how to complete the form. We would strongly encourage you to watch the video before completing the form. 

Form Guidance Video- Click Here

 

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Pathways Form- Please note this will not open until Friday 12th March and will only be accessible through students email addresses. Click Here


FAQ's from students and parents:

  • Can I choose more than one subject from a pathway block?
    • The requirement is that all students study at least one language or a humanity. Those doing the red pathway are encouraged to study a language and a humanity. If a student wishes to request a combination of subjects then they can add this to the comments section of the pathways form. 
  • How many subjects do I study?
    • Red pathway- 10 subjects
    • Blue pathway- 9 subjects
    • Purple pathway- 7 or 8 subjects
  • How are the groups selected?
    • The groups are selected based on timetable and class size restrictions. We aim to provide all students with their first choices in all areas but at times this is not possible. This is why it is important that you pick both first and second choices you 
 
 

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