English is essential in providing learners with the communication, reading and writing skills they need for life. The outcomes of this will enable pupils to develop their confidence, fluency and...
‘Give Enough Time for REAL Life Learning’
Applied learning that leads to achieving ambitious outcomes for all
Every day at Mayfield School as educators and learners we come together;
Our curriculum intent is clear:
‘To meet the individual needs of every pupil’
We have a clear vision and aims for all our pupils:
1. To install the key skills and core values all pupils need in order to prepare them for adulthood. The main core values we want our pupils to develop are: independence, resilience, positive co-operation, problem solving and respect and to demonstrate the academy values; pride, ambition, communication and teamwork.
2. To develop all pupils communication skills.
3. That all pupils keep themselves safe and healthy both physically and mentally to support their long term well-being.
4. That all pupils have access to a full curriculum to secure future learning and employment, developing English and maths skills and prepare them for life in modern Britain.
5. To support and nurture all pupils resilience and problem solving skills.
6. To enable all pupils to develop their knowledge and skills; values and experiences with links to the local and wider community and how this relates to them as global citizens and nurtures their cultural capital so they may succeed in life.
7. To give young people opportunities and experiences they would not otherwise get unless we give them that knowledge and experience.
8. All pupils are ready for the next stage of adulthood, education, employment or training.
The Early Years Foundation Stage is crucial to developing the firm foundations to be built upon throughout our school journey and preparation for adulthood begins here.
Our aim is that EYFS...
Functional skills at Mayfield School include maths, computing, and science. We emphasise that time needs to be given to developing a learner’s ability to transfer skills to real life contexts;...
Physical Development and Well Being
• Physical development and well- being enables all pupils to explore and develop their personal interests, creativity and build on their core values and...
The PMLD curriculum aims to meet the developmental needs of pupils with PMLD aged from two to nineteen years old.
The curriculum focuses on four key areas:
The social and emotional development strand compliments a number of other curriculum areas in particular the physical development and wellbeing strand and parts of the science curriculum in KS1...