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Ribston Hall High School

Ribston HallHigh School

Curriculum Lead: Mrs L Brooks

Teachers: Mrs A Barnett, Mrs L Brooks, Mrs S Fisher, Mr R Goodwin, Mrs S Hawthorne,  Mrs L Miller, Mr A Sargent, Ms R Wheatley.


‘To enrich understanding and develop interpretation’


Key Stage 3 

Each year we ensure a wide range of texts are being taught. Building on the skills and abilities of Year 6, in Year 7 we look at challenging fiction and non-fiction to engage and stimulate our learners. In Year 8, a variety of thought provoking texts ensure skills and abilities are secured and developed. In Year 9, we challenge and stretch every learner with texts to ignite their interest in the world around them, the world before them and the world after them.

Key Stage 4

Every student studies for AQA GCSE English Language and AQA GCSE English Literature.

Key Stage 5

AQA GCE English Language Specification A
AQA GCE English Literature Specification A

Extra Curricular

BBC School Report is a journalism project for students ages 11 to 18 across the UK. Students make the news and upload it to the website that the BBC links to via their interactive map. Their news is accessible to a worldwide BBC audience. The BBC showcases the work of School Reporters across BBC programmes in the UK on News Day which is Thursday, 15th March 2018.

Poetry by Heart is an inspiring competition for students where they learn and recite poems by heart.

University of West England English Language Conference 21st March 2018.