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Sevenoaks is a progressive, academic and international school. These characteristics are all reflected in the academic curriculum which is complemented by a full and wide-ranging co-curricular programme and a well established and successful framework of pastoral care. These pages provide introductory information about the academic life of the school and the range of subjects available. Greater detail can be found in the following booklets which can be downloaded from our downloads page.
- Year 10 and 11 Curriculum at Sevenoaks
- The International Baccalaureate at Sevenoaks
Each of the three Divisions of the School (Lower, Middle and Upper) has its own distinctive curriculum. It is our aim to provide material which is appropriate for our high-achieving pupils and to embrace the best of what is new in education whilst guarding the best aspects of past tradition. The common goal of all Sevenoaks teachers is to communicate effectively and to encourage pupils to develop a commitment to learning for its own sake. Preparation for university and beyond is viewed with equal importance and each pupil is taught to develop the self-motivated attitude to study to which all education should lead. Syllabus selection plays an important part in this: academic departments review their courses regularly to ensure that learning is a stimulating and interesting experience.
Public examinations (GCSE, IGCSE and IB) mark the end of the Middle and Upper School programmes but we do not participate in National Curriculum (Key Stage 3) testing at the end of Year 9. Further information about the curriculum is available from The Registrar (Lower or Middle School entry) or The Sixth Form Registrar (Sixth Form entry only.) Alternatively, you may wish to contact the Deputy Head Academic directly (email@example.com).
The various academic departments are grouped into Faculties, as follows: