Outdoor Education will be delivered by our own specialist staff in the grounds of the home and at appropriate local settings, where our main objectives are to promote self-management, independence skills, team building and to observe the child’s natural learning styles and ability. By increasing self-esteem and providing new stimulus and environments we aim to increase the child’s ability to learn.
The school will have sufficient computing resources to allow use of information technology in every lesson. Internet access will be available and closely monitored and students will be instructed in e-safety.
Class sizes are between two and five and are suitably staffed. All classes are taught by experienced teachers (QTS/UQT, QTLS) and have appropriate levels of classroom support staff. In some classes, additional support is provided by residential care staff. Class groups will be taught by the regular team of teachers for most of the timetable but vocational and practical subjects may be delivered by instructors or more specialist professionals. Some older pupils will attend offsite classes with other providers and there is a range of offsite activity built into the curriculum including outdoor and citizenship activities.
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