The National Curriculum is used as a basis for its learning programme. The service closely works with the child’s school to find out what level the child is working at and what content they are covering at that moment. This information is then used to form a personalised programme for the child.
The majority of the lessons are Literacy and Numeracy based but other subjects can also be taught if required by the school.
Key Stage 3
The Key Stage 3 curriculum consists of subjects from the National Curriculum:
- History & Geography
Key Stage 4
The Key Stage 4 curriculum consists of subjects from the National Curriculum and optional subjects which pupils opt for.
The core subjects pupils study are:
The optional subjects offered at Key Stage 4 are:
- D & T
- Child Development/Health & Social Care
- Workbased Skills
In addition to core and options pupils also have the following lessons:
- Group Therapy