b'Curriculum ModelBreak down of the model in each phasePhase 1 - Follows an EYFS model adapted to meetPhase 4 - Follows a secondary model whereby the needs of SEND students, led by one classspecialist teaching covers maths, English, science, teacher.These students will access specialistICT, PSHE, RE and PE working towards qualification teaching in PE and music, they will also access oneoutcomes. These students will choose one wellbeing afternoon per week of enrichment on a termlyoption in music, art, horticulture, sport or drama carousel between Forest School, Beach School andwhich they will do one afternoon per week for two swimming. years: one career pathway in catering, care or sport which they will do two afternoons per week for one Phase 2 - Follows a primary model covering carefullyyear.They will all access a PFA option on a termly designed programmes of study adapted to meet thecarousel between careers preparation, ICT in the needs of SEND students in maths, English, science,world of work and lifeskills. All students will access a ICT, history, geography, art, DT, PSHE and RE withfull day on placement within a chosen career one class teacher.These students will accesspathway.specialist teachingin PE and music, they will also access two afternoons per week of enrichment on aPhase 5 - Follows an individualised programme of termly carousel between Forest School, Beachstudy. Maths and English work will be related to School, swimming, dance, media productions, STEM,essential qualifications and what is relevant and outdoor education and environmental projects. needed for a given pathway, all other courses, vocational work and work experience will be tailored Phase 3 - Follows a secondary model coveringtowards the chosen route and PFA.carefully designed programmes of study adapted to meet the needs of SEND students whereby specialist teaching covers maths, English, science, ICT, history, geography, art, DT, PSHE, PE, music and RE.These students will access two afternoons per week of enrichment on a termly carousel between bushcraft, media productions, cultural capital projects, outdoor education, environmental projects and enterprise. Page 7'