Curriculum and Tracking
At Worthing High School we seek to deliver a stimulating curriculum that supports and challenges all students in every year group. We aim to encourage students to be lifelong learners and our curriculum is designed to meet the specific academic requirements of all of our students. We believe that high quality teaching is the key to engaging and motivating students of all ages and abilities and we aim to prepare students for success in their further education and future careers.
In Key Stage 3 students study a broad and balanced range of subjects which cover the key areas of the National Curriculum. Students are then able to opt for a more specialised curriculum in Key Stage 4.
We also issue a regular staff newsletter which shared best practice, tips and hot topics to enhance Teaching and Learning across the school. To see recent editions please visit this page.
For information on our daily assembly programme visit this page.
What is ‘tracking’ and why do we use it?
We aim to provide you with information about the welfare and progress of your son/daughter throughout the year and tracking is just one way in which we do this. Other methods of keeping you informed are:
- Consultation afternoons/evenings (once per year group per year).
- Academic Reports (written).
- Contact from tutors and teachers throughout the year as the need arises.
- Insight, our parent portal
The document below aims to explain how tracking works and what you can do to help your son/daughter.