James McFarlane School Building our Curriculum. James McFarlane School.
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The school meets the needs of pupils from 5 to 19 years with severe and complex additional support needs including autism spectrum disorders, often with challenging behaviour, complex and multiple disabilities and sensory impairment.
For the purpose of this exercise discussion took place at collegiate meetings around the content of BYC.
Specific focus was given to pupil entitlement (e.g. 2 hours quality PE) and totality of the curriculum. As a result of positive discussion we arrived at the following conclusions.
This will involve analysis of current practice and exploration in how to make meaningful and relevant connections across curriculum areas
Staff will prepare the more detailed structural timetable changes by:
Staff will further develop Interdisciplinary approaches and practice by:
Staff will identify and implement appropriate learning outcomes for their individual pupils in the areas of literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing by:
Staff will incorporate experiences and outcomes into current planning and reporting by: