Billing Brook School

Curriculum Aims and Vision

Billing Brook’s School curriculum is bespoke, meeting the specific needs of pupils at OUR School. It is developmental in nature; reflecting important areas of learning for each cohort of pupils at School. It is designed to provide opportunities for pupils to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding that will enable them to be successful lifelong learners; there is a balance between academic and personal development.                                         

Our vision is that the curriculum will enable pupils to develop functional and social skills  leading to a greater independence through a creative curriculum

The content of the curriculum, how pupils are supported and our assessments are shown in the Curriculum Wall. Our curriculum provides pupils with opportunities to develop core skills, extend their subject knowledge and to practice, generalise and apply these skills in real life and practical situations. For all pupils we will enable them to gain external accreditation of their learning at a level and in subject areas that are appropriate for them and which will prepare them for the next stage in their lives. 

We deliver our curriculum in a varied way to ensure pupils remember, make links, make predictions, plan, think creatively, problem solve, show understanding and evaluate their learning.

Pupils re-visit learning and topics engaging in more challenging learning outcomes.  This process ensures progression and embeds learning through repetition giving a real in-depth ‘mastery’ of understanding as well as opportunities for allowing generalisation, which is a crucial skill for all of our pupils.