Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Statement

We provide a broad and balanced curriculum which enables each and every student to pursue academic and personal excellence. Our students will develop the academic and vocational knowledge, skills and understanding that will stimulate and challenge them to thrive and be successful at LEA and give them a solid platform to pursue their goals at college, university and in the work place.

The following subjects are offered in each year group:

Year 7 (Key Stage 3)

English, Mathematics, Science, Religious Education, PSHE/Citizenship, History, Geography, one Modern Foreign Language (Spanish), Drama, Information Communication Technology, Physical Education and Enterprise. They also get 9 additional enrichment choices (three each term) which are compulsory from a menu of options.

Year 8 (Key Stage 3)

English, Mathematics, Science, Religious Education, PSHE/Citizenship, History, Geography, one Modern Foreign Language (Spanish), Drama, Information Communication Technology, Physical Education and Enterprise. They also get 9 additional enrichment choices (three each term) which are compulsory from a menu of options.

Year 9 (Key Stage 4)

English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Science (triple and trilogy), Religious Education, PSHE, History, Geography, one Modern Foreign Language (Spanish), Art, Technology - Graphic Communication, Drama, Computing, Physical Education, Economics, Business, Sociology

Sex and Relationships Education Curriculum (SRE)

LEA aims to fulfil the statutory requirements on Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) laid down by the government. It builds on the good practice exemplified by the PSHE Association and guidance from OFSTED.
The school fulfils its mandatory requirement for all students to cover the content relating to anatomy, puberty and biological aspects of human reproduction. As part of our Science programme these topics are raised in order for sensitive issues and questions to be discussed. Information about sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS is part of the PSHE and Citizenship entitlement. The school also uses external providers to deliver SRE during a drop down day in term 3. Our staff supervise these sessions in addition to the external providers.

GCSE

English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Science (triple and trilogy), Religious Education, PSHE, History, Geography, one Modern Foreign Language (Spanish), Art, Technology - Graphic Communication, Drama, Computing, Physical Education, Economics, Business, Sociology

In addition students may receive support for identified individual special needs and language support. The school reserves the right to alter the offer at any time subject to statutory requirements and the needs of the school.

Why Choose LEA?
Prospectus
How Do I Join?
Enterprise

London Enterprise Academy
Aneurin Bevan House
81-91 Commercial Road
London
E1 1RD

Telephone: 0207 426 0746

Email: info@londonenterpriseacademy.org

Transport Routes

Bus routes – D3, 15, 40, 115, 135, 25, 205, 254,100

DLR to Shadwell or overground

Underground to Aldgate East or Whitechapel