Bankside School offers an adapted curriculum so that all pupils benefit from individualised learning.
Pupils will take part in activities which are meaningful and interesting for them and enable them to achieve relevant and challenging learning outcomes.
Our curriculum underpins our ethos and strives to provide opportunities for autistic pupils to achieve high standards. We would like all our pupils to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.
Pupils will receive and develop:
A firm grasp of basic skills through the teaching of individualised programmes including the National Curriculum
A broad and balanced curriculum that introduces new ideas and experiences
Respect and consideration of individuality, backgrounds, cultures and religions in preparation for life in a diverse society
A curriculum that promotes and supports development an understanding of fundamental British values
The confidence that comes when achievement is recognised
The benefits of learning and growing in a calm, friendly, stable and structured environment
An education which prepares them for successful, inclusive, enjoyable, rich and active lives
An education which gives them high expectations for their future
A curriculum that builds on a variety of approaches to learning and teaching
An education that allows development and expression through creative opportunities
An education that uses real experiences as a foundation for learning
A curriculum that supports their physical, emotional, moral and spiritual development.