Curriculum Implementation

5 -16

What do we want our young people to learn and why?

Curriculum Implementation
5 -16

What do we want our young people to learn and why?

We work collaboratively in order to provide opportunities for all learners to thrive and integrate into our school and the wider community.

We are ambitious for all learners and want them to be:

Engaged, inspired and motivated students who enjoy and contribute to learning, make progress and are challenged to achieve above and beyond expectations;

Confident individuals who are able to lead safe, healthy & fulfilling lives, making successful transitions in to adulthood;

Educated, responsible citizens who share ‘British Values’ and have the cultural capital to make a positive contribution to life in modern Britain.


How do we organise teaching and learning?

The curriculum is an entire planned personalised learning experience and we believe that every moment is a learning experience. Learners are grouped by ability and age and we organise learning in to three distinct phases.

ENGAGE: Key Stages 1 to 4

RISE: Key Stages 1 & 2 (Reaching Independence through Structured Education)

BASE: Key Stages 3 & 4 (Building Achievement through Structured Education)


What have our young people learnt and how do we know?

There are a wide variety of data to identify individual learner progress measures including assessment data, Accreditation, EHCP outcomes and destination data. These are tracked and assessed through varied accountability measures including Quality Assurance and Appraisal, where CPD needs are also identified.

Priorities for development are then identified in the School and College improvement plan (SCIP). Quality of Education Reports provides a summary of the accountability measures and informs the School Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) and Governor Scrutiny.

Curriculum Phases:

5-16 Curriculum Leads:

  • Caroline Gorman – English
  • Maggie Gadsby – Humanities (History, Geography, RE)
  • Denim Robertson – PE
  • Dave Whittaker – Computing
  • Lucy Casilli – Science
  • Liam Barton – Maths
  • Rebecca Orme – Expressive Arts
  • Caroline Gorman – Life
  • Stephen Hogarth – Employability (CEIAG)
  • Caroline Gorman – Curriculum & Assessment
Wargrave House School
449 Wargrave Road
Newton Le Willows
Merseyside WA12 8RS

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