The Y9 options process is a major milestone in a student’s academic life. It is the first time that they can directly influence the subjects that they will study.

There is, necessarily, much information for students and parents to read, listen to, interpret and understand, but taking the time to do this will result in appropriate choices being made, which in turn will encourage success.

The class of 2023 is the year group that begins Y10 in September 2021 and complete their GCSEs in the Summer of 2023.



Options process presentations and documents

Options Launch


(October 2020)



Y9 Options Launch

Options presentation

If you need, or would prefer, to read

the script of the presentation it

can be found below

Script for options evening presentation

Advice and guidance



Course overviews

Ks4 course information booklet for Sep2021


Subject presentations

Art and Design

Business Studies

CoPE

Child development

Computer Science

Digital Applications

Drama

Engineering Design
Fashion and Textiles

Food and Nutrition

(go to 2:42 on video)
French

Geography

Health and Social Care

History

Music

ICT

PE

Product Design
Practical cookery
Practical woodworking
Spanish

Sport, Activity & Fitness

UCM courses information

UCM 14-16 Prospectus.pdf
14-16 presentation.pdf


Need more help?

We are piloting a system to offer a video call for students who need additional help in making their options choices. If the presentations above don't answer your questions please complete this request a call form so we know what you need help with and we will do our best to get the right person to get back to you.

Request a call (Now the deadline had passed please contact the school directly for any advice)


Submitting your options choices

Parents will have been sent an email entitled "My options choice are".

Please reply to the email with 4 choices and up to two reserve choices by Thursday 18th March:

Student name Student form group

  • Choice 1 (the option you most want to study)
  • Choice 2
  • Choice 3
  • Choice 4
  • Reserve 1 (an option you would study if you couldn't have one of your choices)
  • Reserve 2