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Linden Bridge School

Semi-Formal Phase

Intent – curriculum design and aims

Implementation – teaching & assessment

Impact – progress measures

Building positive self-image and resilience

Pupils will try out new experiences in school, outdoors and in the local community

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

Forest School, outings and topic based curriculum to provide opportunities

  • Within other EHCP targets

Regulating emotions and meeting physical and sensory needs 

 

 

Pupils can request support from others to manage emotional and sensory needs – EHCP Physical & Sensory / Social, Emotional & Mental Health

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

 

Pupil can self-regulate with support from an adult

Pupil has the fine motor and gross motor skills needed to access all areas of the curriculum – EHCP Physical & Sensory

Gross and Fine motor skills taught with carousel and PE lesson

Pupil established in all fine and gross motor targets on Show Progress

Independence for life skills

Pupils will use the toilet, dress and eat independently – EHCP Building Bridges to Independence

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

 

Pupil can use the toilet, dress and eat without adult support

Pupil will have acquired the skills needed to experience the different setting in the local community – EHCP Building Bridges to Independence

Outings into local community, supported by social story booklet

Pupil has successfully experienced all the planned outings

Develop communication and interaction skills

Pupils will communicate needs, wants, comments, familiar words using verbal language or an AAC system – EHCP Communication & Interaction

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

Language Development throughout the school day. Communication practice within carousel and other times e.g. snack.

Pupil is an established language partner

Pupil will initiate play and play with others – EHCP Social, Emotional & Mental Health

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

Opportunities for play both indoors and outdoors in Forest School and playground

Pupil successfully plays with peers both inside and outside

Growing to become a successful lifelong learner

Pupils will show increased focus, understand how to work independently, work alongside others and understand the expectations of being in a group – EHCP Cognition & Learning

Structured TEACCHing, Attention Autism, Sensory Story, Carousel to enable pupils to work on specific targets related to EHCP targets – tracked on Show Progress

Pupil can work and learn within a group

Pupil learns alongside others in all areas of the curriculum

Pupil works independently for longer periods of time

Pupil can wait for longer periods of time

Pupils will acquire all the reading, writing and mathematical pre-requisite skills – EHCP Cognition & Learning

Specialist teaching strategies to support 1:1, group and outdoor learning reading, writing and mathematics teaching and assessments

Pupil has achieved all the targets related to pre-key stage standards 1-4

Engaging and enjoying their learning about the world they live in

Pupils will experience a range of places, concepts and processes within their curriculum

Opportunities to experience activities related to a specific knowledge of the world topic, art & design and technology.

  • Within other EHCP targets

 

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