How Citizenship contributes to the Curriculum
Through Citizenship we aim to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern British.
Assessment in Citizenship
Ongoing formative assessment is part of the learning cycle in lessons, along with regular diagnostic key knowledge tests, and exam-style questions part way through units and at the end of units.
Personal Development and Cultural Capital in Citizenship
- Film and Philosophy Club
- CAP Money Advisers
- Local Businesses to advise on Career Opportunities
- Norfolk road Safety Team
- Norfolk Police
Who Teaches Citizenship
Head of Department:
Mr. S. Oldfield, B.A. (Hons), P.G.C.E., N.P.Q.H.
Mr Oldfield has BA hons in Philosophy and History from the University of East Anglia; a Post Graduate Certificate in Education- Religious Education (University of Bristol); and a National Professional Qualification in Headship (National College of School Leadership). Mr Oldfield also Chairs Norfolk County Council Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education.
Mrs. Y. Chapman, B.A. (Hons.), P.G.C.E.
Mrs Chapman has a B.A. Hons in Religious Studies, as well as a PGCE from the University of Oxford.
Miss. H. Rowden, B.A. (Hons), S.C.I.T.T
Miss Rowden has a BA (HONS) degree and her PGCE/NQTS: Teacher Training in Religious Education at Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT.
Miss. A. Stenner B.A. (Hons.), P.G.C.E
Miss Stenner has a BA Hons Geography and International Development and a PGCE from the University of East Anglia. She is also a UN Climate Change Accredited Teacher.