14-16 Provision - Phase 3/Key Stage 4.
Year 9: Apple, Chestnut, Fir
Year 10 - Elm, Sycamore
Year 11 - Apple, Cedar, Rowan
Elm - Tutor: Miss S O'Reilly
Sycamore - Tutor: Miss A Farmilo
Cedar - Tutor: Mr A Cameron
Rowan - Tutor: Mr D Mullings
Miss Ben-Ali Phase 3/ KS4 Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
If your query is more subject specific i.e. you wish to understand more about a specific subject/pathway or course then please contact the following;
English Miss Page email@example.com
Maths Mr Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Miss Ben-Ali email@example.com
PE Mr Mullings firstname.lastname@example.org
Humanities Miss O’Reilly email@example.com
ICT Mr Cameron firstname.lastname@example.org
Apple SEND teacher Mrs Robertson email@example.com
Sport, leisure & tourism Mr Mullings firstname.lastname@example.org
Business and Enterprise Mrs Cameron email@example.com
Outdoor learning Mr Hurles firstname.lastname@example.org
Outdoor learning Mr Bell email@example.com
Engineering & Transport Mr Smith KSmith@springfields.wilts.sch.uk
Hospitality, catering & events Mr Cale HCale@springfields.wilts.sch.uk
Phase 3/Key Stage 4 (14- 16)
Entry level Cohort/Functional Skills Cohort:
Learning builds on the foundations and approaches of link primary phase cohort. Learners benefit from a positive relationship with their tutor who delivers their learning in core subjects through a thematic approach. Pupils attend ‘pathway’ learning of special interest alongside peers from their phase.
GCSE cohort. Pupils are supported to manage transitions and organisational requirements around accessing and making progress within an age appropriate curriculum through approaches such as TEACCH. Pupils learn from subject specialists where there is a greater focus on depth of knowledge within the subject.
Flexibility – Academic Pathway
Our experience indicates that pupils with a diagnosis of autism may have a ‘special interest’ that they excel in e.g. Maths.
As a result, we will look to provide opportunity for pupils to follow an entry level pathway in a range of core subjects but then study their area of ‘special interest’ at a higher level e.g. GCSE Maths
Specific curriculum pathways
In addition to the core offer, all pupils will follow one specific curriculum pathway related to an area of pupil’s interest, outcomes in the EHCP and preparation for transition into adulthood.
These pathways (list below) will deliver a range of key outcomes that include:
A range of accreditation within this chosen pathway (in line with cognitive ability)
Accreditation in relation to the key aspects of preparation for adulthood that include, health, employability, community inclusion and independent living. All pupils will be expected to complete work experience and travel training.
CIAG and supported transition into post-16 provision.
The proposed curriculum pathways are:
Sport, leisure and tourism
Business, enterprise and creative media
Outdoor learning, environment and countryside management
Engineering and transport
Hospitality, catering and event management