The Post 16 Department aims to promote independence and self-sufficiency depending on learner’s level of ability, placing an emphasis on independence through experience, particularly on life and vocational skills, with the curriculum being individually tailored and differentiated to reflect and meet the varied skills and needs of the students.
The education and residential departments work closely together to provide an individual curriculum that is accessible across the waking day.
We believe that students’ progress should be recognised and celebrated, therefore each student has access to achieving nationally accredited schemes relevant to their skills.
Take a look at our current Prospectus, Statement of Purpose, Children's Guide and SEN Information report.
The upper school curriculum offers students a range of person centered learning opportunities, including work experience and placements as well as appropriate accreditation.
Each upper school student has an accreditation learning pathway that supports the best possible outcomes.
As part of a broad curriculum we promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of young people, including British values as set out by the Department for Education.