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The John Fielding School Curriculum Approach

At The John Fielding School, our curriculum is designed to meet the individual needs of our pupils. The topic based approach is intended to provide stimulating learning experiences and link concepts within an overarching theme. 

The curriculum is divided into three parts, formal, semi-formal and informal. This to meet the needs of our different cohorts of pupils, ensuring that they all have access to areas of learning which are suited to them. The same overall topic is studied by all three of the curriculum parts. This is so that classes can take a mixture of approaches if necessary to support differentiation. 

Our aim at John Fielding is to provide a motivating and relevant curriculum to maximise pupil engagement. Personalised provision allows teachers to plan in direct response to pupils individual needs and interests and taking account of their barriers to learning.

Please follow the appropriate link(s) in order to view more information about the School Curriculum.

The John Fielding Special School Curriculum Rationale

Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum Framework

Curriculum Map - Key Stage 4 and 5

The John Fielding Special School Accreditation in Key Stages 4 & 5

The John Fielding Special School Key Stage 2 Curriculum Framework

The John Fielding Special School Key Stage 3 Curriculum Framework

Following the September 2017 Rochford Review, we have produced a new curriculum that is acceptable for our SLD and PMLD pupils.

The Rochford Review is a statutory assessment for pupils who are working below the standard of national curriculum. The review underwent consultation and the Government published their response to them. To read the full report please click here. 

Whole School Curriculum Overview - Click here to view our Formal Curriculum, Click here to view our Semi Formal Curriculum, Click here to view our Infomal Curriculum.