Fairfield School Curriculum Overview
Our curriculum pathways are driven by the identification of individuals personal targets, and as the needs of our pupils evolve, we continually assess the most appropriate pathway for them. Pupils can move between pathways to achieve a personalised model to meet their individual needs. This offers a degree of flexibility for pupils to progress into more appropriate pathways as they develop their learning skills.
Formal Curriculum Pathway (P7-Foundation Stage Expectations
The Formal Curriculum is for our pupils at Fairfield who are working at P6 to NC levels towards the end of Key Stage 2. These pupils are mainly taught through individual subjects.
English | Maths | Science | Humanities - History, Geography, Technology and RE
Personal, Social, Health Citizenship Education (including Sex Education and Citizenship), Transitions and Careers
Arts - Art & Design, Music, Dance and Drama
PE - Swimming, Hydrotherapy, Rebound, PE, Outdoor Play, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
The pupils benefit from a structure that enables personalised learning. The formal curriculum recognises that many of the pupils have a range of needs and may still access specialist provision as part of their personalised provision.