Curriculum

Curriculum

Malone College believes that all pupils, regardless of ability, are entitled to the best that education can offer. The College has high expectations of all its pupils and adopts teaching approaches that encourage individuals to strive towards and achieve their own personal goals. The College is committed to ensuring that the curriculum is challenging, interesting and relevant, and that teaching methods are varied and innovative allowing pupils to access curricular content through their own learning styles.


Areas of Study

At Key Stage Three (Years 8 to 10) the pupils will follow a broad, balanced programme in accordance with the Northern Ireland Curriculum.

Key Stage 4 Subjects

  • English
  • English Literature
  • Essential Skills.
  • Mathematics
  • Further Maths
  • Essential Skill.
  • Double Award Science
  • Single Award Science
  • BTEC Applied Science
  • BTEC Engineering
  • Technology & Design
  • ICT.
  • Spanish
  • Art
  • Music
  • Drama
  • Moving Image Arts
  • Performing Arts.
  • History
  • Geography
  • Business Studies
  • Travel & Tourism.
  • Religious Education.
  • Physical Education, Sport.
  • Home Economics
  • Child Development
  • Hospitality
  • LLW
  • ASDAN
  • Prince’s Trust.
  • Construction
  • Hair & Beauty

Post 16 ( A-Level or Equivalent)

At Post 16, pupils are expected to study a minimum of 3 Alevels or equivalent qualifications most likely to benefit their future careers. These courses are either taught internally in Malone or through collaboration with partner schools.

Courses on offer include

Art & Design
Geography
Moving Image Arts
Beauty Therapy
Health & Social Care
Music
Business Studies
History
Physics
Construction
Hospitality
Politics
COPE
ICT
Religious Studies
Drama Languages
Sport Studies
Engineering
Law
Travel and Tourism
English Literature
Mathematics