Unlock the Potential
At Bright Futures we prioritize the holistic development of each student, preparing them for higher learning. Our curriculum values every subject and challenges students to reach their full potential. We believe that education goes beyond memorization, focusing on critical thinking, creativity, and a passion for learning.
Our curriculum encompasses core subjects like mathematics, science, language arts, and social studies, forming a strong foundation for academic growth. However, we go beyond traditional disciplines. Cultural education plays a significant role, as students participate in bi-weekly cultural trips. In the past, we have explored the Horniman Museum, Croydon Museum, Talawa Theatre Company, and other enriching experiences that expose students to diverse cultures and perspectives.
Our ultimate goal is to empower students to become lifelong learners, engaged citizens, and future leaders in higher education and beyond. Explore our detailed curriculum below and discover the transformative educational experience that awaits our students.
At Bright Futures we follow the Christian ethos and this permeates every aspect of our educational journey. Our Christian foundation shapes the character development and moral compass of our students. It inspires them to embrace empathy, kindness, and respect for others, fostering a nurturing and inclusive community. Through teachings centered on faith, we aim to instill principles of forgiveness, perseverance, and humility, guiding students to become not only academically successful but also compassionate individuals who positively impact the world around them.
The Korean War - Birthday Boy (2004)
The Ancient Greeks - 12 Tasks of Heracles
The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (1883)
Adventure at Sandy Cove - Pie Corbett
Alien Landing - Pie Corbett
Tears of the Sun God (2021)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964)
There is a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom (1987)
Kensuke's Kingdom (1999)
The Other side of Truth (2000)
WWII - Goodnight Mr Tom (1981)
Poetry and spoken language
Persuasive, balanced arguments
How to be a Greek God - Instructions
Descriptive poems about the universe
Victorian era news and recounts
African news and recounts - asylum seekers
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950)
Much Ado About Nothing (1600)
The Merchant of Venice (1598)
When Life Gives you Mangoes (2020)
A Monster Calls (2017)
Poetry and spoken language - Belonging and Love
The Gothic - comparisons and creative writing
Comparison of non-fiction texts
Exploration of cultural context within Fiction texts