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The Good Schools Guide


Curriculum Subjects


At Invicta Grammar School, we recognise the importance of excellent academic outcome. However, we believe that for students to be successful and happy in this challenging and competitive world, it is also necessary for them to be equipped with more than good examination results.  They need to be creative, to be able to work collaboratively, and to have highly developed personal and communication skills.

It is our aim that during their time at Invicta, students will become knowledgeable, independent, innovative, ambitious, articulate and considerate. They will develop skills and character traits such as leadership, organisation, resilience, and communication. Our students also aspire to aim high to achieve their full potential and be nurtured to become a life-long learner who is prepared for the modern world.

We seek to challenge and stimulate the minds of our students through outstanding teaching, excellent opportunities to learn beyond the classrooms and a rich and balanced curriculum. We are proud of our curriculum as it provides challenge, pace, and variety at all levels to suit individual students. We aim to prepare, challenge and inspire our students with our curriculum.

Our curriculum demonstrates our firm belief in social justice, ensuring that all students have access to the best learning opportunities in and outside the classroom.

We design our curriculum to provide our students with an exciting, stimulating and challenging learning journey throughout their school career at Invicta. The Key Stage 3 curriculum covers beyond the national curriculum and aims to equip them with a broad range of knowledge, skills and the academic discipline together with the keenness to learn new things. The Foundation Year programme is an exciting bridging year laying a firm foundation for GCSE; it is during this year that our students will benefit from our bespoke programme of study that goes beyond the National Curriculum. During Year 10 and 11, students will work towards at least 10 GCSEs to include Triple Science, a Humanities subject and a Language. All Invicta students take the English Baccalaureate and follow a comprehensive Personal Development programme. Our Key Stage 4 curriculum goes beyond the requirement of GCSEs, equipping students with oracy, thinking, research and leadership skills. It encourages students to draw links within and across subjects and relate learning with real life, making the learning journey very stimulating. Our students study a wide range of subjects for GCSE, from Art Textiles to Music, Classical Civilisation to Food and Nutrition, Photography to Dance. All students are encouraged to opt for a creative subject and make the most of the plethora of opportunities to learn beyond the classroom.

The A level curriculum offers a broad choice of almost 30 subjects for students to choose from, to include the Extended Project Qualification and our bespoke A Step Ahead programme which, along with our enriching Personal Development programme, prepares students with work related skills for life in modern Britain.

We believe our academic curriculum is challenging, exciting and designed specifically for our highly motivated and able students, whilst catering for the variety of needs from our individual students.

For further information on our curriculum, please contact us via office@invicta.viat.org.uk or telephone 01622 755856.

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World Book Day is just over 2 weeks away now!What are some of your favourite books that you've read so far this year, who are your favourite authors... We'd love to hear your thoughts on reading, books and literature!#WorldBookDay pic.twitter.com/tZnX6Fd8WS


Last term, our Year 9 photographers explored aperture, depth of field and composition in their work to create these stunning photographs of miniature cars, inspired by the works of Kim Leuenberger! pic.twitter.com/jYOG8pXoS1


We currently have several vacancies available including a Teacher of MFL Spanish, a Receptionist and a Careers Advisor.If you are looking to join a friendly and encouraging team, please submit an application using the link below!https://t.co/Wp92LBuZXj pic.twitter.com/mLyLvveSza


Last week marked the Primary Literacy Challenge! Thanks to all the teams who attended, we hope you had a great time! See you at our Primary STEM challenge next term! Congratulations to for winning! 🏆🎉 pic.twitter.com/ILU5YmABv1


A reminder to students and parents that next Monday, 5 February is a non-uniform day and students are encouraged to wear something blue or nature-themed if they have items in their wardrobe to support and raise awareness for The Marine Conservation Society 💙 pic.twitter.com/bNElZCXC2h


Today our little Shaun The Sheep was seen greeting students whilst proudly wearing the team colours! Congratulations to the team for playing an absolutely phenomenal match!🏆 pic.twitter.com/7rUrFd2EBx


🥘🔪🍅Just over a week to go before entries close for Young Cooks 2024. 🍅🔪🥘 Don't miss the opportunity to enter, and be part of an amazing educational and inspirational cooking experience! ENTER NOW! https://t.co/8990CZdWr5#YoungCooks pic.twitter.com/reZwRtXJia


🥘🔪🍅Just over a week to go before entries close for Young Cooks 2024. 🍅🔪🥘 Don't miss the opportunity to enter, and be part of an amazing educational and inspirational cooking experience! ENTER NOW! https://t.co/8990CZdWr5#YoungCooks pic.twitter.com/reZwRtXJia


The Year 6 Dance Workshop booking are closing tomorrow! So make sure you book your space!Students will have the opportunity to work in teams as they create a short dance routine, exploring the world of Alice In Wonderland through movement!https://t.co/DJyRN2jRDA pic.twitter.com/5X3M0vBuAB


Our Year 6 Dance Workshop is NOW live on our Eventbrite page!Come join us as we explore the world of 'Alice in Wonderland' through movementTo book your space head to the link below - please note spaces are limitedhttps://t.co/xmRo0FXeOr pic.twitter.com/mR0r60j5j1


We have several Teaching Vacancies currently available for subjects including English, Science, Business & Economics and Mathematics.If you are looking for a new opportunity and would like to join our team, please have a look at our vacancies below:https://t.co/Wp92LBuZXj pic.twitter.com/13osAiN2jE


Last week, Invicta's Chamber Choir and the and Invicta Concert Choir performed several carols for the Carol Concert last Wednesday🌟Thank you to all who came along and enjoyed the performance, and thank you to the students who sang so beautifully🎶 pic.twitter.com/1byTbatAGV


We were lucky enough to have students from help us with our ‘Christmas Care Package Campaign’🎅🏼❤️Thank you!https://t.co/Kz2cMV2T3i#wishes pic.twitter.com/4PxeAgNCXa


We were lucky enough to have students from help us with our ‘Christmas Care Package Campaign’🎅🏼❤️Thank you!https://t.co/Kz2cMV2T3i#wishes pic.twitter.com/4PxeAgNCXa


Today kicked off our annual RAG week with Sleepyhead Day! Years 8, 11, 12 & 13 participated and dressed in their cosiest, comfiest pj's😴This year, our RAG week charities are: (of Maidstone & Weald) pic.twitter.com/GlLrXpFs21


Thank you for coming along, and congratulations!👏 https://t.co/UVHVjiIr6C


Invicta recently held its Sixth Form Open Evening, welcoming current and prospective students to tour our A Level facilities and explore the options available here!Thank you to all who attended and thank you to all the staff and Sixth Form students who helped out on the night!🌟 pic.twitter.com/B779GfLEyk


Last Friday our Reception was transformed for the festive season! The Christmas Tree was decorated and we were joined by some elves for the occasion. Even our little friend Shaun the Sheep joined in the fun and helped us decorate the tree!🎄 pic.twitter.com/xCcRzaV1H3


We're looking forward to playing next Tuesday!🌟⚽️ https://t.co/UfaFKjPQ4P


A reminder to all students that your last chance to book your Christmas Lunch is tomorrow! The cost is £3 and parents will need to pay via MyEvolve pic.twitter.com/M5a6DnDbLP


During half term, 38 students from Years 9-13 went on an exciting week-long STEM trip to Orlando in which they explored the Kennedy Space Centre, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure!! pic.twitter.com/Cbsxj6pOG3


Over the Autumn half-term, Invicta students travelled to the West Coast of America for a social sciences trip in which they explored California including Los Angeles and San Francisco🌇🌉 pic.twitter.com/d2ewV5OPHf


Last Sunday, Kimaya in 10N and Ameesha in 8V took part in the Remembrance Parade as Cadets. The event began with a march in Maidstone, followed by laying Poppy Wreaths at memorials and holding a two-minute silence to honour those who lost their lives fighting💚 pic.twitter.com/SsCcxD6844