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Whole School Curriculum

All of our pupils within KS3 and KS4 have access to the National Curriculum appropriately differentiated to meet their individual needs. In addition we compliment and extend this by building in a combination of therapeutic, skills based and behavioural interventions. We believe in a holistic approach and look at the pupil’s individual needs building, as much as possible, a curriculum around the child.

Whilst some pupils benefit from a creative and sensory curriculum which focuses upon communication others require a very structured environment with clear unambiguous language supported by the use of symbols and set tasks promoting learning to learn skills and early independence. Our most able pupils access lessons akin to mainstream with a focus upon functional numeracy, literacy and maximising social skills in order to gain accreditation to move on to local college provision.

Click on a subject title to view more information

English

Subject Leader - Mrs. V. Dewhurst

Click here to see the English Policy

Click her to see the Annotation Policy

 

Maths

Subject Leader - Miss D Grogan

Click to see the Maths Policy

Science

Subject Leader - Mr. J. Owen

Click here to see the Science Policy

 

ICT

Subject Leader - Mr. D Sharp

Click to see the Computing Policy

Click to see the Computing Key Stage 3 Map

PE

Subject Leader- Mrs. N. Dean

Click here to see the P.E. Policy

 

PSHE

Subject Leader- Mrs. A. Huggett

Click here to see the Key Stage PSHE Policy

Art

Subject Leader- Mrs. S. Barker

Click here to see the Art and Design Policy

 

RE

Subject Leader - Mrs. H. Willett

Click here to see the R.E. Policy

Click here to see the R.E. Map

 

History

Subject Leader - TBC

Click here to see the History Policy

 

Geography

Subject Leader - Mrs. D. Grogan

Click here to see the Geography Policy

Geog-KS3-Map-2014-curriculum.doc 

Food Technology

Subject Leader - Mrs. V. Dewhurst

 

Click here to see the Cooking and Nutrition Policy

Click here to see the Key Stage 3 Food Technology Map

Vocational Education

Subject Leader - TBC

Click here to see the CEIAG & WRL policy

 

Pendle Community High School & College

Pendle Vale Campus, Oxford Road, Nelson, Lancashire, BB9 8LF

Tel – 01282 682260 Fax – 01282 682289 E-mail – Reception@Pchs.lancs.sch.uk

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