Academic Life

Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Statement

Dame Alice Owen’s School aims:

to provide a broad, relevant, balanced and differentiated curriculum that has regard to the National Curriculum for all students  to develop the curriculum to ensure the promotion and teaching of Personal Health and Social Education  to ensure all students share and are given access to that common curriculum …

Departments

Art Exhibitions

Virtual Art Exhibition 2020 – A-LEVEL AND GCSE The Art Department is delighted to showcase Dame Alice Owen’s first Virtual Art Exhibition for both GCSE and A-Level. Throughout their respective courses, our students have worked incredibly hard. They have produced some outstanding work demonstrating creativity and skill and it is an absolute pleasure to be able …

Learning Support

Learning Support (LS) Department for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Full inclusion is a high priority and we encourage all students to take an active role in their learning and all aspects of school life.

Helping everyone fulfil their potential

The school maintains a LS register of students identified with statements of SEND. All …

Careers

Head of Careers: Mrs C Whiter [email protected]

Good Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance is essential to enable students to take control of their future and make the most of the opportunities open to them.  There is more choice than ever before with regard to technical qualifications, apprenticeships and alternatives to the traditional academic …

Extra Curricular Activities

Extra Curricular Activities are encouraged at Owen’s! Our Extra Curricular Activities Timetable is scheduled at the beginning of each School Year, giving details of activities from Sept – July. There may be small changes throughout the year, depending on the teachers offering these activities – students will need to be pro-active and check with individual …

D of E Awards

We have a flourishing DofE programme enjoyed by many students throughout Years 10 – 13, co-ordinated by one of our most experienced PE teachers, Miss A Lord. Students achieve an Award (either Bronze, Silver or Gold) by completing a personal programme of activities in four sections (five for Gold). These sections are:

Volunteering – helping someone, your community …