our curriculum

Our curriculum aims to provide opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve; to promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development; and to prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of life. 

These aims will be achieved by:
  • Having high expectations of what each young person can achieve
  • Providing a wide range of relevant active learning experiences for pupils in each key stage suitable for their age
  • Increasing pupils' awareness and understanding of their environment and of the world
  • Enabling pupils to interact and communicate with a wide range of people. To express preferences, communicate needs, make choices,
  • make decisions and choose options that other people act upon and respect
  • Encouraging pupils to explore, to question and to challenge
  • Promoting supported self-advocacy
  • Preparing pupils for an adult life in which they have the greatest possible degree of autonomy

click on the bishop to find information on the following subjects:

https://sites.google.com/a/bishopswoodschool.net/www/welcome/Bishopswood%20school%20vector%20logo%20FULL%20COLOUR%20(2).pngteaching and Learning  
https://sites.google.com/a/bishopswoodschool.net/www/welcome/Bishopswood%20school%20vector%20logo%20FULL%20COLOUR%20(2).pngfoundation subjects
https://sites.google.com/a/bishopswoodschool.net/www/welcome/Bishopswood%20school%20vector%20logo%20FULL%20COLOUR%20(2).pngcore subjects  
https://sites.google.com/a/bishopswoodschool.net/www/welcome/Bishopswood%20school%20vector%20logo%20FULL%20COLOUR%20(2).pngthe sound reading system (SRS)

https://sites.google.com/a/bishopswoodschool.net/www/welcome/Bishopswood%20school%20vector%20logo%20FULL%20COLOUR%20(2).pngthe waldon approach