The schools offers a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum that recognises specific individual needs. Staff are all trained to work with children and young people who have complex needs and they understand the need for flexibility and positive reinforcement throughout the school day.
The staff team comprises of teachers, higher level teaching assistants, key workers and professionals who work in partnership with the school and include our Educational Psychologist, Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapist and careers advisor.
Most subjects are taught to external accreditation through Functional skills, GCSE and BTEC. Children and young people also access programmes on healthy relationships and sexual health delivered by the Integrated Sexual Health in Sefton team. Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural education is embedded throughout the curriculum.
The children and young people are encouraged to make contributions to the school community, to participate within their local community and reflect on the impact they can make on the global community. We work closely with Sefton Rangers to contribute towards local community project and volunteer work. The children and young people have the opportunity to see democracy working as we participate in Liverpool’s Schools Parliament.
View our Curriculum Policy.