Students will take ownership of learning by consolidating key skills that contribute to independence as teenagers and young adults within their community. They will make positive contributions by going to the shops, café or being part of other community groups and enjoyable activities. They will develop hobbies and know how to communicate what they enjoy.
The curriculum is aimed at developing this independence and gives opportunities for community learning and participation.
We follow areas of learning for those with complex needs and national curriculum subjects for SLD students. Using Intensive Interaction, Assessment for Learning and Out of Classroom Learning will promote student ownership of their learning and relationships.