At Yeoman Park Academy we engage and support the development of children through curriculum pathways and curriculum areas. You can find further details of these below. If you do have any questions, we invite you to get in touch.
Our curriculum pathways are the equivalent of year groups. There are three curriculum pathways, each of which describe a different type of learner.
Our pre-formal learners are children and young people who may have profound and complex needs, a severe learning difficulty, a medical condition, sensory impairment, or physical disability.
These children and young people will be learning at an early developmental stage, and will require a high level of adult support to meet their educational and personal care needs.
Our semi-formal learners are children and young people who have a significant intellectual or cognitive impairment and may have difficulties with sensory processing, communication and self-help skills.
These children and young people are likely to need support to access all areas of the curriculum.
These children and young people access a range of National Curriculum subjects, modified for their developmental level. Their teaching sessions are more ‘formal’ and are taught in a structured way drawing upon their speaking, listening and communication skills. These learners may have moderate learning difficulties, ASD, ADHD and emotional difficulties.
Our curriculum areas are the equivalent of subjects – these are split into five areas. Click on each area to find out more.