Hadlow Rural Community

Curriculum at Hadlow Rural Community School is a unique school, with a unique ethos and curriculum.  Pupils at Hadlow Rural Community School have opportunities very different to those in other schools.  This is through our commitment and vision to integrate land-based education into all areas of our school.  Our pupils have the chance to not only study for the highest academic grades, but also to participate in a wide variety of life-enhancing and enriching experiences, working in a beautiful outdoor environment in areas such as agriculture, horticulture and animal care. 

Our innovative curriculum enables pupils of all ages to experience hands-on work with animals, growing food and tending plants.  In doing this they achieve vital skills in teamwork, discipline, respect and responsibility, as well as working towards a range of practical, meaningful and worthwhile vocational qualifications.  Alongside this though, Hadlow Rural Community School aims to be a centre of academic excellence – all pupils study a full suite of GCSE subjects including those expected in the English Baccalaureate – English, Maths, Science, Geography and Languages.  We have very high expectations of our pupils – we expect them all to achieve academically, as well as in vocational subjects, while developing and flourishing as individuals, with a sense of responsibility for themselves, each other and the environment. 

Please follow the links below to access each department's curriculum map:

Film Studies

  Art, Design & Technology





Land Based Studies (Yrs 7 & 8)






Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)


Core PE