Billing Brook School

6th Form Curriculum

The curriculum for students at the Sixth form is designed to be a curriculum for life, preparing our students for adulthood.

As such it is varied and personalised. It is designed to encourage aspirations for the future. This may be employment, through a supported internship, traineeship or apprenticeship route. It may be through supported learning routes provided by the various colleges and specialist education providers across the county and beyond. It may be independent living; or increased independence to enable supported living. 

Our curriculum is split across 3 areas. These learning areas can blend and overlap each other as necessary;

  • Essentials for Life and Learning
  • Subject Specific Areas
  • Vocational Options


All lessons link to the Preparation for Adulthood (PfA) framework as outlined below - for more information and resources please visit the PfA website Preparing for Adulthood

PFA Curriculum Overview