The curriculum is designed to provide all students with an education that is:
Providing experience in a wide range of subjects and a variety of settings, employing a range of teaching and learning styles.
Devoting an appropriate amount of time to each subject, but allowing students a degree of control over their own education.
Building upon the experiences of each individual and enabling then to make sense of the world around them so that they are able to develop confidence and independence.
Ensuring each student is provided with the experiences, challenges and support necessary to reach their potential and celebrate their achievements.
We aim to ensure that:
- consistently high quality teaching facilitates active, independent and lifelong learning;
- learners will be taught how to learn;
- all activities are structured to promote excellent progress and positive outcomes for all learners;
- all forms of achievement are celebrated and underachievement is challenged;
We aim to ensure:
- learners are set a target for progression in all subject areas based on prior learning;
- learners’ achievements are measured in relation to their ability and their targets;
- learners, parents and guardians are informed of their wards progress at every week interval
- learners are engaged in discussions about their progress throughout the academic year;
- where a students’ progression is not in line with expectations the teacher will develop an action plan to support improved progression;
- Where progression exceeds expectations a more challenging target and set of skill development will be put in place.