Years 7-11 - Adapted Secondary School Curriculum

The secondary department promotes independence focusing on developing life and vocational skills. Emphasis is placed on learning through experience with the curriculum being individually tailored and differentiated to reflect and meet the varied skills and needs of the students. Learners starting out in the early stages of their secondary curriculum will be involved in learning in a range of different ways that can support their individual needs. Students will learn through a themed curriculum that links to specific areas of relevant learning and topics that are important to them.

Due to the individual and unique learning abilities of each student, results are looked at on an individual basis. This information provides an overview only.

The tables below show the overall results for key stages 3 and 4. The targets set are based on progression guidance and are aspirational in line with our ambitions for all young people. Each student has an individual target to aim for based on their previous year's performance and starting point.

KS3 % of students achieving good progress % of good achievers who are outstanding
Literacy: 93% 100%
Numeracy: 100% 79%

 
Literacy and numeracy progress is broken down as follows:

KS3 % of students achieving good progress % of good achievers who are outstanding
Reading: 86% 67%
Writing: 79% 73%
Number: 86% 67%
Measurement: 93% 46%
Geometry: 100% 79%

 
The key stage 3 results reflect all the hard work done by the students in working towards their targets and we are incredibly proud of their efforts, particularly with numeracy.

KS4 % of students achieving good progress % of good achievers who are outstanding
Literacy: 100% 50%
Numeracy: 100% 75%

 
Literacy and numeracy progress is broken down as follows:

KS4 % of students achieving good progress % of good achievers who are outstanding
Reading: 100% 36%
Writing: 100% 63%
Number: 100% 63%
Measurement: 100% 75%
Geometry: 100% 89%

 
We are delighted with the key stage 4 Literacy and Numeracy results as all students achieved their goals and a high percentage also achieved outstanding results.