At Kingswode Hoe School, we have created a coherent, broad and balanced curriculum framework based on six key outcomes below in order to meet the needs of our individual pupils. Needs and targets are reviewed as part of the EHCP process, which pupils, parents and carers participate in to make decisions and set next steps for the coming year.
All teachers at Kingswode Hoe School have responsibility for at least one curriculum area. Please contact school directly if you wish to discuss any aspect of our curriculum in more detail so that we can put you in touch with the right member of our teaching team.
To view the curriculum map for our Primary Classes, please click the here. The phonics scheme we use is Jolly Phonics and Read, Write Inc begins in our primary classes too.
The different curriculum area buttons show the curriculum for Year 7 to Year 11.Click on a subject to find out more about what the pupils learn in each year group.
Accreditation, Resilience & independence, Employability, Health, lifestyle and wellbeing, Identity & Self Expression and Community & the wider world. Click on the individual pages under the curriculum bubble to learn more about each outcome.
References: SEND Code of Practice (2015), Education inspection framework (draft for consultation, January 2019)
Through the six outcomes, we aim to:
- facilitate the development of our pupils as a whole person and as responsible citizens with a positive sense of self
- prepare our pupils for adulthood, including independent living and employment wherever possible
Our curriculum is organised into separate subject areas from key stage three upwards. Based on the National Curriculum, it has been streamlined and supplemented based on the needs of our pupils.
The effectiveness of our curriculum is measured by the pupils’ progress towards clearly defined outcomes.