All pupils have access to the full range of National Curriculum subjects and externally accredited qualifications, for example, GCSEs, Btec, NVQs and Entry Level Certificates at Key Stage 4.
Pupils have modified schemes of work where appropriate and have Individual Education Plans (IEPs) to enable them to achieve their full potential.
Every pupil’s Statement of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities is reviewed annually with a multidisciplinary meeting to which parents are invited. Through this process, pupils are also given the opportunity to comment upon their own progress.
Key Stage 4 pupils follow a personalised timetable with a focus on vocational training and skills for the workplace. We encourage the development of transferable skills to ensure our pupils experience a successful transition from school into further education, training or work.
Please look at the information from newsletters and awards to see the exciting activities that happen at Epinay to enhance the curriculum to make it creative and enterprising.
Perhaps a statement outlining who parents can contact for more information would suffice.
If you would like more information about the school curriculum please contact Epinay School or click links below to see Curriculum Overviews:
Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) development and fundamental British values – British Values