Our Curriculum

The curriculum as delivered at FGS, provides knowledge, skills and understanding in a manner designed to optimise student academic, physical and emotional health across our five pathways to health & well-being & scholarship.

The curriculum design and curriculum structure also takes account of teacher health and well-being, workload and aim to provide an environment for success.

We also take account of research and recommendations from key sources including the DfE, Teaching Unions, HEE, Public Health and Ofsted in order to secure a curriculum which provides our vision of scholarship through health and well-being. 

We recognise that we are responsible for creating the right kind of culture for both students and staff and that we have a duty to understand how that looks from a leadership and management perspective: how do we deliver the rich curriculum offer whilst securing good work life balance for teachers and a positive culture in the school.

The school curriculum design reflects our core values as well as being:


Whilst providing curriculum breadth, depth and reach, it also especially prepares students with the knowledge, skills, abilities and attributes required for progression into health and well-being related careers.