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Our Curriculum

The aims for our curriculum are:

  • To ensure it provides the opportunity for every learner to develop a wide range of knowledge, skills and experiences;
  • To provide sufficient time so that all of our learners make good progress regardless of their ability;
  • To be relevant, engaging and meaningful so that our learner's actively participate in their learning experience;
  • To be progressive, so that learning pathways embed prior knowledge and understanding, before developing new skills, knowledge and concepts - ensuring success for all of our learners

A broad and balanced curriculum is available for all of our pupils, however the rate of progression through the curriculum is carefully planned to take into consideration the personal needs and abilities of each and every one of our learners. Our teaching team use a variety of resources, strategies and teaching methods to ensure that all pupils achieve success within the learning environment.

 

"Pupils significantly improve their life chances from developing their social and communication skills, coping strategies and independence. The whole-school approach to improving emotional well-being, behaviour and developing new skills helps prepare pupils for life after school."  Ofsted February 2017

 

If you would like to know more about the curriculum delivered to our students please contact the Deputy Headteacher (Ms Young) at the school.