Computing drives innovation in the sciences, in engineering, business, entertainment, and education. It touches every aspect of our lives from the cars we drive to the movies we watch and the way in which businesses and governments communicate with and hear from us.
We enable students to develop creative, technical, and practical expertise needed to perform everyday tasks with confidence. We promote a love of learning by encouraging our students to be resourceful, innovative, and creative problem solvers in the 'real world'.
Aims to provide opportunities for students to achieve well and make individual progress by exploring areas of Art that are valuable, interesting and relevant to the National Curriculum or assessment criteria. Students enjoy learning and create artwork that is individual, creative and innovative.
The Business Department at KEVI HWGA aim to enable students to develop their knowledge around the fundamentals of starting and running a business. As students delve deeper into the world of business they will learn about how to grow a business on an international scale.
Drama is an essential part of a varied and creative curriculum offer within our academy. We aim to develop creativity, empathy and a curiosity for the world in which we live, in an environment of trust and intrigue, developing confidence, communication and every opportunity to think outside the box.
Students learn how children are expected to grow, develop and learn; any factors which may affect this; and how to support the individual needs of children effectively. They will understand the role of an Early Year’s Educator, and hopefully be inspired to work with children.
The core purposes of the study of English are: To challenge, inspire and enthuse our students to have a hunger for knowledge; a lifelong love of reading and independent study; to ignite creativity in a variety of forms and to develop confidence and accuracy in written and verbal communication.
The core purpose of our study of Geography at KEVI HWGA, and what we want students to gain from is: to stimulate a sense of wonder about the world, inspire students to want to shape a better future and equip students with skills for the future.
We provide an understanding of the health & social care needs of people throughout the different stages of life; how development is affected by events, lifestyle choices and relationships; how to interpret health and lifestyle data; and an insight into the skills and care values of service providers
We promote an enquiry-based approach, helping students question and evaluate ideas and concepts. We engage with the past to promote activity in debate and use evidence to make judgments with confidence. We ensure students become good citizens in the wider community and develop analytical skills.
Mathematics is the means of looking at the patterns that make up our world and the intricate and beautiful ways in which they are constructed and realised. Numeracy is the means of making that knowledge useful.
Students will have the opportunity to investigate a range of media products which include advertisements, marketing, newspapers, music videos, film, radio and video games in the exam. Component Two involves students to investigate media forms and products, with an emphasis on media contexts.
The core purposes of the study of French at KEVI HWGA are firstly, to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in French, in both spoken and written forms; and secondly, to foster a love for and interest in the language and culture of France and French-speaking countries.
Music inspires creativity, builds confidence and provides lifelong skills. Learning an instrument translates theoretical knowledge into fine motor skills and promotes emotional wellbeing. Students are regularly given the opportunity to spectate and perform on stage which builds self-esteem.
We want to give students the tools and understanding required to make a positive impact in their own physical health and well-being. They will experience a wide variety of sports and physical skills which will enhance life-long fitness and life choices.
To study the science of human behaviour and experience we conduct experiments, examine theories & analyse the proposed causes of behaviour.
Our core principle is to provide a curriculum which is relevant to our learners but also challenges them to examine their own understanding of life. Our GCSE results are above the national average and all students make good or excellent progress.
As a Science team we want our students; to foster a love for all Sciences, enjoy the practical elements of the subject. We want our students to develop the essential skills to understanding the way the world works through the eyes of a scientist in order to become a scientist for our future.
Sociology is primarily about raising awareness of the social world. There are many things that we take for granted in our everyday lives such as how we dress, what we believe, how we live and what we buy.
Using creativity and imagination pupils will design and make products that solve real and relevant problems considering their own and others’ needs.
Literacy encompasses one’s ability to read, write and communicate and it is these areas that form the foundations to an individual’s success.
From telling the time to reading election results online, there is a significant need for working with numbers, measures and diagrams in day-to-day tasks. It is vital therefore that all pupils are confident in their own numerate abilities.