We work hard to ensure the subjects we teach match the interests of our students. The broad, balanced curriculum is delivered by specialist teachers who are passionate about their areas of expertise.

At Wetherby High School we have developed an approach to learning that enables us to ‘teach to the top’ and therefore stretch and challenge all students to reach their own best standard. This approach is called the Learning Line.

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View our Curriculum Intent

You can explore the curriculum below.

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Online Learning

Epraise Homework Guide
Installing Office At Home
onedrive/powerpoint guide
Accessing Microsoft 365 guide

Flexible Learning

At Wetherby High School we offer a range of clubs and activities for students to take part in during lunchtime and after school.

These Flexible Learning clubs give students the opportunity to try a new skill whilst making friends. Flexible Learning also encompasses academic intervention during time away from school, ensuring students have many chances to pursue what they enjoy and what they need to achieve.

Please see the full programme below:


Our flexible learning programme also provides opportunities for students move from being passengers into crew.

Please find more information here


Progress Reports

Teaching staff undertake continual assessment of students’ progress in lessons to ensure the learning is pitched to present consistently high challenge. This continual assessment of progress is then captured through Progress Reports each half term. As part of our commitment to being partners in learning, this report is discussed by each child and their coach to set targets together for the following half term. The content of the report also forms the basis for conversations between the coach and parents/carers. Progress is also rewarded at the end of each term, with assemblies celebrating success. Certificates are presented to students demonstrating outstanding Character for Achievement attributes such resilience, independence, motivation and empathy.

More information can be found here.


Twice each year, students in years 7, 8 and 9 will receive an assessment report, following midterm and final examinations. These detailed reports highlight strengths and areas for improvement in each subject.

Further information can be found here.