The aims of Red Marsh School’s creative curriculum:
- To provide a curriculum that meets the needs of all our learners offering a broad, balanced, differentiate, relevant and creative education which reflects continuity and maximises progression, with due regard to equal opportunities;
- To provide a curriculum which recognise and values each learner as an individual;
- To provide a curriculum that enables our learners to develop their skills, interests and ways of working to ensure continued learning;
- To provide a curriculum that develops the moral, spiritual, cultural, intellectual and physical development of all learners;
- To provide a curriculum that prepares our learners to become as independent as possible, in school and the wider community; preparing learners for next steps in life;
- To provide a curriculum that ensures shared partnership between school, families, multi-agency professionals and the wider community enabling all our learners to learn to their full potential;
- To provide a curriculum that promotes opportunities for inclusion within and outside school recognising that inclusion should be of benefit to all the learners involved.
- To provide a curriculum that ensures all learners have entitlement to the statutory curricular requirements adapted to meet their individual needs.
- To provide a curriculum which helps our learners stay safe, be healthy, enjoy and achieve, develop an understanding of their own and other’s feelings and make a positive contribution to society.
Delivery of the curriculum
Three curricular operate within all departments of the school.
- A whole school curriculum/class curriculum: this is an age appropriate curriculum and includes EYFS Framework in the Early Years, National Curriculum in Key Stages 1 - 4 and an accredited curriculum in Key Stage 5 which focuses upon preparation for life beyond school. Personal and Social development is seen as a core subject area across all departments.
- A personalised curriculum based upon the needs of an individual learner as outlined in their Statement of Special Educational need which is broken down into annual review targets and termly IEP targets.
- Personal Priority needs curriculum: this is an individual curriculum designed to address the holistic needs of the individual learner that is delivered through a wide range of intervention strategies.
A more detailed breakdown of curriculum topics for each class can be found under the classes/curriculum.