All new pupils will undertake an initial assessment so that we can get an idea of their social and emotional wellbeing and of their academic ability.
This information will be used to help us to assess and create an individual learning plan, plan appropriate interventions and set achievable targets.
Our curriculum has been developed around the needs of our pupils and there are daily lessons in Maths, English and Reading alongside weekly carousel activities.
Underpinning is the importance of emotional and social literacy and for this reason, we follow a Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) scheme of work.
Pupils work towards a range of short qualifications that they can achieve during their placement with us:
In the event of a group of pupils or the whole of the centre being sent home to isolate we will have to switch our teaching to remote learning.
We are confident that the systems we have in place ensure the children are maintaining their education whilst at home.