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We want our curriculum to engage students’ curiosity about Motor Engineering. We want to build their confidence as citizens to make informed decisions throughout their lives. 

To embed employability skills to help our young people flourish in the working world of work.  


We teach motor Engineering skills and knowledge required for students to achieve appropriate qualifications and those applicable to life beyond school. For example, Periodic servicing, SI Engines and Health and safety and risk assessing which is a lifelong skill. 

We engage students with the local relevant professionals who work within the Motor Engineering industry and possible careers students might pursue.


Learning approaches are inclusive and personalised to individual needs where possible. We endeavour to teach Motor Engineering using verbal and written approaches. 

These include:

  • Practical skills
  • Theory
  • Safety around work
  • Appropriate PPE
  • Teamwork and Communication skills
  • Leadership
These approaches underpin the development of concepts and skills that support students to apply, analyse and evaluate motor engineering knowledge and skills.
Download the Motor Vehicle curriculum journey (PDF)

“The culture and ethos of the school encourages a caring and supportive environment in which learning and good behaviour can flourish.”


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