In Middle School, we provide an engaging, differentiated approach to learning which develops skills, knowledge and understanding through relevant and practical experiences.
We use the four main purposes set out in the Successful Futures report to ensure we are meeting the needs of the pupils.
Teachers work collaboratively with one another, pupils and the local community to co-construct a curriculum that is interesting, relevant and engaging for each learner.
We follow the nurture principles in all our class groups and believe that learning can be done both in the classroom and outside of it.
The curriculum is delivered in a safe, nurturing environment developing emotional wellbeing and encouraging positive social interactions.
Our behaviour management model – Therapeutic Crisis Intervention – works at developing pupils’ coping strategies, whilst our Dyadic Developmental Practice approaches utilises strategies to support pupils as they develop their relationships.