Stanley Park High School implements a project-based curriculum that focuses on learning outcomes and impact. Learning is experiential, enquiry based, practical and related to real life. It takes place outside the classroom in custom-made spaces. In addition to exams results, students are encouraged to develop their ambition, commitment, resilience and perseverance, imagination and creativity, initiative and self-motivation, and optimism.
We are keen to engage with other Changemaker schools, as well as schools in our locality, researchers, parents and businesses. We are looking for opportunities such as language exchanges, international projects, teacher training or any other real world learning projects.
- ‘Small Schools’ - school split into four “Small Schools” in order to foster relationships between students and teachers
- Excellent Futures Curriculum (EFC) - exposes Year 7 and 8 students to REAL (Rigorous, Engaging, Authentic, Learning) world learning
- Ballot Street Spice - direct mentoring programme between classmates through small vertical tutor groups.
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