Meols Cop High School

Meols Cop High School

Brokering Aspirations

  1. Academic
  2. Curriculum

Curriculum

Meols Cop is the home of ambitious innovators, visionary thinkers and extraordinary pioneers.

This is Meols Cop where we don’t only raise the aspirations, we support students to broker those aspirations.

At Meols Cop we are extremely ambitious for our whole school community. We are committed to ensuring that our young people have the skills, qualifications and characteristics to lead a successful life. We provide a curriculum that will challenge them academically, that will allow them to develop as citizens of the world and to undertake experiences that will allow them to explore passions and make informed choices about their futures.

 

At Meols Cop Students will:

 

  • Be immersed into a broad and deep curriculum driven by the most innovative developments in teaching and learning.
  • Have high expectations of themselves and respect for others.
  • Be powerful communicators able to play a leading role in a changing world
  • Think critically and show initiative in all situations
  • Have a resilience and grit to excel at all times
  • Show endeavour, be ambitious for themselves and others.

The curriculum is central to providing students with the knowledge, experiences, opportunities and values which build our 4 key pillars that uphold our Brokering Aspirations culture. 

Academic Profile

The broad academic curriculum provides students with a rich access to subjects that will explore passions and interests. The sequencing of the curriculum ensures that students are developing and embedding learning skills for life supported by our work as a Research School. With specialist teachers across the school we create a culture in which students have access to skilled and passionate practitioners who have skills to bring subjects alive and embed key skills. The local context of the school is reflected in all areas of the academic curriculum developing confident students who are able to make informed decisions about their futures in the 5 years they are with us