Below are the curriculums for for the subjects taught at Hospital.

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Hospital Teaching Service Curriculum

English

English is planned and taught through topic work following the National Curriculum Guidelines.  We have a range of resources that link in with the current national curriculum ages, ranging from EYFS to KS4. Where appropriate, student’s work is laminated and displayed on the wards.

Long stay children have an individual learner’s plan drawn up for them after liaising with teachers at their home school.

Maths

Maths is planned and taught through topic work following the National Curriculum Guidelines.  We have a range of resources that link in with the current national curriculum ages, ranging from EYFS to KS4.Where appropriate, student’s work is laminated and displayed on the wards.

Long stay children have an individual learner’s plan drawn up for them after liaising with teachers at their home school.

Maths is also taught on request of a patient’s particular needs or weaknesses, linked in with the national curriculum.

Science

Science is taught mostly theoretically due to the nature of the teaching environment.  We use online resources, text and revision books and link it to the current national curriculum.

I.C.T

This is delivered mostly cross-curricular.  We also have SEN provision using a ‘switch-it’ pack.  We encourage the use of ICT in all subjects, developing word processing skills through the use of ipads and laptops. Where appropriate, student’s work is laminated and displayed on the wards.

Art

Art is planned and taught through topic work following the National Curriculum Guidelines.  We have a huge range of resources that link in with the current national curriculum ages, ranging from EYFS to KS4. Most students respond to working creatively with a wide range of colourful resources. Where appropriate, student’s work is laminated and displayed on the wards and contribute to creating an exciting learning environment.

Music

Rosie’s Dream visits once a week on the ward.  Music is used extensively with SEN children.

PSHE

Staff work alongside outside agencies such as CAMHS, Nutritionists and nursing staff to support students’ PSHE progress.  We have a range of resources which we use as appropriate such as the B-EAT guide for anorexia.

Other Subjects

We are able to facilitate these including Humanities, D&T, Child Development, Languages, Business Studies.  We use online and text book resources in line with the national curriculum.

SEN

Relevant resources are collected from the pupils’ home school.  P levels and the national curriculum are followed. The staff use a range of stimulating resources to engage young learners of all abilities.Staff make links with local Special schools and receive training.
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