There are 4 key areas of our curriculum that enable a personalised approach
My Body - Sensory and physical needs
My Communication – Interaction & sensory literacy
My Thinking – Cognition and understanding
My Wellbeing – Social, emotional wellbeing
These key aspects are not taught in isolation.
Each ‘my’ helps us as a school to focus on what is important for every learner. All curriculum topics and themes are threaded back to the core ‘4 my’s’ outlined above.
We aspire to create environments and plan lessons that promote engagement for all our learners and classes are grouped with this in mind.
Phases of the school are slightly different in their curriculums, a short summary of each phase is outlined below:
‘Pathways’ assist class staff in their planning by helping to describe learners’ cognition and style of learning and identifying the frameworks that underpin the most relevant curriculum content for these learners. Curriculum pathways are expanded upon and supported by schemes of work and skills banks that identify progression and enable class leads to sequence learning for each individual.
To support teachers in their planning, to enable sequencing and assist in monitoring progress skills banks have been developed. The Maths skills bank is linked to the "4 curriculum pathways":
Engage, Explore (SLD), Explore (ASC), Focus
Click on these links to view the four Curriculum Pathways with corresponding Maths Skills Banks