Key Stage 3

Key Stage 3

It seems there might be a misunderstanding or a mix-up in your query. “Key Stage 3” refers to a stage in the education system in certain countries, particularly in the UK, while “Airtel” typically refers to a telecommunications company operating in several countries, primarily in Africa and Asia.
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This subject covers reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Students study literature, language, poetry, and drama. They also learn about grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary

Art and Design

This subject allows students to explore their creativity through various art forms, such as drawing, painting, sculpture, and digital media. They learn about different artistic techniques, styles, and artists.


Key Stage 3 mathematics includes topics such as algebra, geometry, statistics, and number skills. Students build upon their knowledge from Key Stage 2 and work towards mastering more advanced mathematical concepts.


Citizenship education promotes students’ understanding of democracy, government, human rights, and responsibilities as citizens. They learn about social and political issues and develop critical thinking and decision-making skills etc.
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