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Linden Bridge School

Formal & Phoenix Phases

Intent – curriculum design and aims

Implementation – teaching & assessment

Impact – progress measures

Formal Phase

Phoenix Phase

Formal

Phoenix

Building positive self-image and resilience

Pupils have a good understanding who they are as a person, engaging in new challenges – EHCP Building Bridges to Independence

PSHE Curriculum

PSD Laser Units

See Show Progress Outcomes

PSD Units qualifications

Extra-Curricular activities

Pupil participation numbers in extra curricular

Residential Programme

Regulating emotions and meeting physical and sensory needs 

Pupils manage their own sensory and emotional regulation needs – EHCP Social, Emotional and Mental Health

On-going assessments and targets in these areas tracked on Show Progress.

 

Pupil can identify stress and anxiety signals and use their own planned emotional regulation and sensory strategies

PSHE Curriculum

PSD Laser Units

 

PSD Units qualifications

Pupils have the motor skills to access all areas of the curriculum – EHCP Physical & Sensory

On-going assessments and targets in these areas tracked on Show Progress – if needed

Pupils access all areas of the curriculum including extra-curricular activities

Motor skills with all subjects

Independence for life skills

Pupils have the skills to be able to live as independently as possible – EHCP Building Bridges to Independence

PSHE Curriculum

PSD Laser Units

 

 

See Show Progress Outcomes

PSD Units qualifications

Residential Programme

 

Work Experience & Employability

Pupil participation numbers in work experience and Employability

 

Develop communication and interaction skills

Pupil can have successfully reciprocal conversations – EHCP Communication & Interaction

On-going assessments and targets in these areas tracked on Show Progress. Conversation practice throughout the school day

Social Thinking Programme part of PSHE

Pupil is an established conversational partner

Pupil demonstrates successful relationships with others

Residential Programme

Growing to become a successful lifelong learner

Pupils will develop concept of self as an active learner – EHCP Cognition & Learning

On-going assessments and targets in these areas tracked on Show Progress throughout all lessons in the school day

Pupil participates in group learning

Pupil accepts they make mistakes and can correct them

Pupil can answer higher level questions

Pupil can plan their own learning

Pupil can ask for help

Pupil will acquire the level of qualification needed for college or employment - Academic

Specific lessons – English (within topic planning), mathematics and writing skills

Specialist English and mathematics teachers

Milestones R, W, M

Functional Skills qualifications in R, W, M

‘We love reading’ session after lunch each day

Progressed through all PM Benchmarks

Engaging and enjoying their learning about the world they live in

Pupil will engage in a variety of subject based lessons to extend engagement and interests

English, science, humanities and the arts taught through ‘I wonder’ topics

Skills based technology carousel

The Arts

Vocational though in work based setting – The Café, The Office, The Workshop

Pupil will engage in different subjects – identifying interests for their career plan

Pupil will achieve Discovery Arts Award

Pupils will work in The Café, The Office and Workshop

 

Laser Independent Living Qualification will include units from this list (see rolling program in Phoenix document above)

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