Within the Maths Department at Queensway. We offer a large range of opportunities and resources to allow all students to achieve progress and extend their mathematical skills.
The Department’s aim is to ensure that all students maximise their potential and enjoy learning in mathematics lessons.
Various teaching methods are used including online courses, practical lessons exploring mathematical proofs and games to extend learning, social interaction and real life scenarios.
Overall, we aim to enthuse our students with a love of language and literature, as well as develop their ability to think for themselves.
Skills-based qualifications designed to help learners develop the personal and social skills needed to help them to progress to independent living, future employment or further vocational study.
All units are 100% internally assessed with 20 optional units to choose from
Elite sport has embraced sport science disciplines wholeheartedly in the past few decades, moving from a perspective which assumed the primacy of natural talent in producing outstanding performance, to one which considers every minute detail of an athlete’s training programme, rest time, environment and psychology in the pursuit of excellence. The Cambridge Nationals in Sport Science offer learners the opportunity to study key areas of sport science including anatomy and physiology linked to fitness, health, injury and performance; the science of training and application of training principles and psychology in sport and sports performance
Hospitality and/or Catering should encourage learners to be inspired, moved and changed by following a broad, coherent, satisfying and worthwhile course of study and gain an insight into related sectors. Learners are helped to be able to make informed decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices.
Design Technology provides a creative, practical and technological way of thinking, designing and most of all the manufacturing of quality products.
Design Technology provides the opportunity for students to combine practical skills and problem solving skills with intellectual thinking skills to gain an understanding of aesthetics, social and environmental issues, function and industrial practices.
Humanities is a valuable and engaging subject that all students can relate to, offering a variety of practical skills that support both literacy and numeracy across the curriculum as well as highlighting and explaining our lives in Britain today and teaching us more about our own roles as citizens and the values we share.
At Queensway North, Humanities combines History, Geography, RE and Citizenship using as many local examples as possible to enable students to develop their knowledge about current issues of immigration, land-use, religion and human rights. All topics incorporate a range of Humanities skills, such as chronology, map skills, global links, continuity and change, and empathy.