The Olympus Academy Trust is committed to delivering an outstanding education for young people, ensuring that our students have access to the highest standards of teaching, resources and learning opportunities.

We work in close partnership with our schools, ensuring that we facilitate the sharing of best practice and provide access to a wide range of partners and resources for the benefit of our students and the wider community. Visit our website here or follow us on Twitter @olympustrust.



All students in Years 7-13 receive a broad, balanced and dynamic curriculum. Learning is personalised to meet the full age and ability range and there are two ‘pathway’ processes in Years 9 and 11 when students select their academic route and options linked to their skills, interests and future ambitions.

Students are taught either as mixed ability or set groups, depending on the subject and the year.

Students are taught either as mixed ability or set groups, depending on the subject and the year. By being flexible in our grouping arrangements, students can move between groups as they make progress.

Despite a changing landscape in terms of educational provision and Government directive, we remain committed to providing a school experience that parents and students will recognise but also one that will prepare students for life in the 21st Century. Our iLearn curriculum in Year 7 is central to this pulling together key learning opportunities from a number of subjects and offering students the chance to develop their skills as learners, team players while reflecting on how we think and learn.

We embrace the need for academic rigour ensuring that students who are potential English Baccalaureate candidates know what this involves and the benefits it can bring. Equally, we offer a broad range of courses and qualifications that will prepare students for further study at Post 16 and beyond.

It is our expectation that every student will continue in full time education or employment related training until the age of 18. We interview every Year 9 and Year 11 student and work hard to develop a personalised pathway for their progression route through to Key Stage 4 or Key Stage 5. For the vast majority, this means making Abbeywood their home centre for Key Stage 4 but for Post 16 studies but we can offer even greater variety by studying some courses in other centres within the Concorde Partnership. 

Eventually, for some students, the most appropriate route for their career path is to find a full time course or employment-related training at another institution. We work with all students, whatever their destination, to find the best course to suit their future learning needs.

Key Stage 3 Information

Key Stage 4 Information

Key Stage 5 Information

Curriculum Intention Statement September 2019