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The framework for the curriculum is strong and distinctive. Leaders took the decision to create the three possible pathways for learning. They make sure that pupils experience the right pathway and that work supports their learning as well as their social and emotional needs. Learning observed across the school exemplified this well.
At John Chilton School pupils are at the centre of the curriculum, and therefore its design and content aims to maximise the individual’s learning potential. We ensure that pupils’ personal priority needs are the starting point of their education, which we meet through Personalised Plans and Interventions.
The curriculum is all the planned activities that we organise in order to promote learning, personal growth and development. It includes the formal requirements of the National Curriculum and, importantly, the range of additional priorities, specialist curriculum activities and therapy programmes that the school develops in order to engage, enable, empower and equip the pupils for life. It also incorporates the ethos and environment which promote the vision of the school of developing confident, independent and motivated learners.
The school has developed three pathways of learning that meet the different cohort needs of the pupils. Pupils can move between different pathways as their needs change over time.