Grey Court School Highlights

“During lessons the students are not only eager to learn themselves but also to help others learn as well. Students were not just helping each other but also challenging their peers to explain their learning.” Ofsted Report 2013

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The Grey Court Curriculum

The Grey Court Curriculum aims to be an inspirational and aspirational curriculum which meets the needs of a diverse range of learners.

All children have a right to a broad, balanced and relevant education which provides continuity and progression and takes individual differences into consideration. Grey Court’s curriculum policy is underpinned by its commitment to deliver all five outcomes of Every Child Matters.

  • Stay safe
  • Be healthy
  • Enjoy and achieve
  • Achieve economic well-being
  • Make a positive contribution

The school will always deliver its teaching on the basis of the worth of the individual within a culture that fosters respect for others and celebrates diversity. The school will always strive to offer students the opportunity to develop their talents to the maximum; to broaden and deepen their areas of interest; to furnish them with the skills to learn, not only whilst at the school, but throughout their lifetimes.

The school will ensure that every student has access to the National Curriculum along with as wide a range as possible of other experiences.

Our aim is to ensure that all students achieve the highest standards. The school will monitor all achievement and progress in conjunction with the requirements of the law and the policies of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LA)

Student achievement will monitored by formal and informal procedures.. Our policy is underpinned by an appreciation of how race, class, gender, sexual orientation, size, religion, or the challenges of disability or disadvantage impact on learning and by a determination that none of these factors shall be a handicap to each child’s individual development.