Students follow an individualised curriculum, adapted to ensure it is both functional and meaningful. Read more
Students follow an individualised curriculum delivered through project themes across nine key areas of learning. Read more
Through our individualised curriculum, patience, small steps and lots of motivation and reward, our young people are achieving in all areas. Read more
Prior’s Court places an emphasis on creating meaningful and functional lifelong learning opportunities which build on individual strengths and interests so students have a personalised programme. Activities are broken into small steps and include a high frequency of reward and motivation to encourage learning.
We follow a waking day curriculum with learning objectives consistent across education and residential settings and reviewed regularly by specialist, experienced staff. The school focuses on providing students with the necessary skills to enable them to maximise their potential through individualised learning programmes.
Students follow an individualised curriculum, adapted to ensure it is both functional and meaningful.Read more
Students follow an individualised curriculum delivered through project themes across nine key areas of learning.Read more
Through our individualised curriculum, patience, small steps and lots of motivation and reward, our young people are achieving in all areas.Read more
Results from the Primary students demonstrate high achievements across all areas, in particular numeracy.Read more
The secondary department promotes independence focusing on developing life and vocational skills with emphasis on learning through experience.Read more
Students gain accreditation through ASDAN - a curriculum development organisation offering qualifications and skills for life regardless of ability.Read more
The post 16 curriculum offers students a range of person centered learning opportunities, which could include work placements and appropriate accreditation.Read more
At key stage 4, students have the opportunity to work towards an ASDAN Transition Challenge qualification by completing modules according to their ability and interests.Read more
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 Government.Read more