What Will You Learn At Scott College?
Our brand new building, equipment and facilities will support a high-quality curriculum which will enable students to meet the needs of the highest demand qualifications at Key Stages 4 and 5.
Students will have direct access to mentors from Plymouth University and one-to-one support through our Personal Coaching framework.
We will encourage our students to think creatively and will deliver our curriculum in a range of different ways, using project-based learning and explicitly educating our students in work-based skills using the CREATE Skills Framework.
Key Stage 5
At Key Stage 5, we have worked closely with our partners in industry, and at Plymouth University’s Faculty of Health and Human Sciences and Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry to deliver the best qualifications for students wishing to follow careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Healthcare, Midwifery, Physiotherapy and many more.
Students wishing to gain places on the most competitive of university courses will gain the most rigorous of academic qualifications in Biology, Chemistry or health-related subjects and will have regular work placements to boost their CVs and experience.
Students wishing to become medics/ dentists will have an extensive mock interview programme, undergraduate medic mentors and guidance as to the application and UKCAT entry exam process.
Key Stage 4
Alongside the core National Curriculum at Key Stage 4 of English, Mathematics and Separate Science qualifications, students will have options subjects in Languages, Humanities and healthcare-specific qualifications such as Psychology, Health and Social Care, Sports Science, Philosophy and Ethics and Dance.
In addition to this important industry standard Scott College students will also be able to study and qualify in healthcare industry standard courses and training. These will include First Aid Resuscitation, Manual Handling, Data Protection, Safe Hygiene Practice, Good Nutrition, Infection Control, Dementia Awareness, the Care Act and many more.
Our learning projects ensure every student is grounded in a wide range of skills, including key employability and life skills.
Students will have more choice about following a curriculum that is not limited by the Ebacc performance measure.
Our staff will have access to other schools in the Inspiring Schools Partnership Multi Academy Trust for professional training, moderation and making sure they are constantly up-to-date with curriculum developments.
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