Post 16 curriculum overview

Post-16 Curriculum Overview

Health - PSHEE/Tutorial 

Pre-entry level

  • Allocated tutorial time

  • Snack time

  • TEACCH

  • PECS

  • Makaton

  • PSHEE embedded across the curriculum

  • Attention Autism

  • PSHEE focused units from AQA

  • Active lifestyle - Gym, Swimming, Golf, Bath Rugby, Bike rides, Zumba, Yoga and local walks.

  • Relationship and Sex Education (RSE)

  • Religious education 3x1 day sessions a year.

Entry level 1 and 2 

  • Allocated tutor time 

  • Allocated PSHEE time

  • Snack time

  • TEACCH

  • PSHEE focused units from AQA

  • Active Lifestyle - Gym, Swimming, Golf, Bath Rugby, Bike rides, Zumba, Yoga and local walks.

  • Lego therapy

  • Relationship & Sex education (RSE)

  • Religious education 3x1 day sessions a year

Entry level 3 and level 1

  • Allocated tutor time

  • Allocated PSHEE time

  • PSHEE focused units from ASDAN

  • Active lifestyle - Gym, Swimming, Golf, Bath Rugby, Bike rides, Zumba, Yoga and local walks.

  • Lego therapy 

  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Bronze-Gold

  • Relationship and Sex Education (RSE)

Independent living

Community inclusion

Pre- entry level, Entry level 1, 2 and 3.

Broadening and developing skills for life, travel, independent living, personal hygiene,                    money management, communication, and personal safety. BASE House.

Getting to know the local community, taking part in community events, broadening friendships beyond the classroom, meeting peers from other schools and college, taking part in opportunities to raise money for local charities.

Employment- Vocational options

Pre- Entry level, Entry level 1 and 2

  • Accessing the local community

  • Developing the skills for living and work

  • All units are selected and personalised for the cohort of the students from the AQA unit award scheme

Entry level 3 and level 1

  • Religious education 3x1 day sessions a year

  • Units are chosen from the ASDAN Life skills challenges at entry 2 entry, Entry 3 or Level 1

  • Units are chosen to develop students all around ability to enter the work place or          further education.

  • Units are chosen yearly to match the needs of the cohort.

 

Work Experience

Pre- Entry level

  • TEACCH Tasks focused on becoming job ready

  • Work experience placements within the school

  • Work experience placements off site if appropriate

Entry level 1 and 2

  • Work experience placements in school and within local businesses- support levels differ             depending on need.

Entry Level 3 and Level 1

  • Work experience placements in school and within local businesses- support levels differ               depending on need.

  • Some students may have supported internships and longer work experience placements.

Enterprise

Pre-Entry level

  • Use of the Post-16 enterprise room

  • Planning and taking part in enterprise activities

  • TEACCH tasks that will develop into Enterprise activities

  • Running a recycling business across school

Entry level 1 and 2

  • Use of the Post-16 Enterprise Room 

  • Planning and taking part in Enterprise activities

  • Selling at Post-16 events

  • Developing a delivery business for the school cafe

Entry level 3 and level 1

  • Use of the Post 16 enterprise room

  • Planning and taking part in enterprise activities 

  • Selling at Post 16 enterprise events

  • Running the post 16 website and social media outlet

  • Developing an understanding of how a business runs

  • Running the shop in the cafe

  • Making badges for local schools and businesses Gardening business

Maths and English

Pre entry level, Entry level 1 and 2 

  • Maths and English units to be chosen at the correct level for individual students from the AQA Unit Award Scheme.

  • Maths Equals Curriculum

  • If appropriate students may work towards Ascentis functional skills in Maths and English.

Entry level 3 and level 1​

Ascentis Maths amd English Stepping Stones from Entry 1- Level 2 or GCSE resits in Maths              and English.

 

Project SEARCH 

Students have the option to apply for Project SEARCH IN Year 14 (or even year 15 as a Bath college student). This is a one year program that is designed to support young people who can independently travel to a place of work to access a school work programme that takes place entirely in the workplace. Total work immersion facilitates a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration and hands on training through worksite rotations. All students must be interviewed by Project SEARCH and Fosse Way School to gain a placement. Students will complete an ASDAN Short corse in work experiance, continue working towards maths and english qualifications and complete PSHEE. 

 

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