We endeavour to provide a curriculum which is not only broad and balanced, but is also rich and engaging with many practical elements. Maths and English lessons are a high priority to improve the basic skills of our learners, and are gateway subjects to everything else in the curriculum.
In addition, we support learning with a robust programme of interventions which are a crucial part of each learner’s provision, removing barriers and improving their access, participation and overall achievement in the classroom. All interventions are planned to meet individual learner need and range from academic to therapeutic. They enable learners to access additional support allowing them to close their learning gaps and reach potential.
Progress data is used to identify learners who will benefit from academic interventions. Therapeutic and welfare interventions address the emotional and social well-being of the learners. There are a range of interventions to encompass all levels of need. Baseline data is used in supporting professional judgement in referrals to therapeutic and welfare interventions, which target specific individual needs.
Learners can also self-refer to an intervention