Specialist Education

Curriculum Overview


Within all our curriculum options, we protectively teach the skills that underpin effective learning and relationship building; promoting emotional health and wellbeing.


The curriculum options we offer provide our students with the opportunity to practice new skills in an environment where they feel safe, try new things and learn more about themselves.


Independent Living Skills Curriculum


The Independent Living Skills curriculum is designed to develop learners’ readiness for independent or shared community living. This is achieved by focusing on the skills required to live as independently as possible and to make a successful transition out of college. For all learners, this will involve identifying long-term transitional aims to ensure that the skills they develop can be successfully transferred into their post college placement.


Communication and Behaviour Curriculum


Our autism specific curriculum is designed to meet the needs of learners with complex communication and behavioural difficulties. This is a highly structured and experiential learning programme which develops and reinforces adaptive behaviours, communication, social awareness and functional skills. The curriculum is based upon a total communication philosophy, with the utilisation of a wide range of tools and methods to develop learners’ understanding and help them to be understood.

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