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At The Children's Trust School, we take great pride in providing personalised and sequential educational offerings to our children and young people.

With clear intent, thoughtful implementation, and measurable impact, we ensure a meaningful curriculum that allows each child to make progress and reach their intended outcomes.

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Our bespoke, tailored curricula are designed to meet the unique needs of each student, ensuring that their learning journey is one of growth and achievement. Our dedicated leaders of learning organise and plan pupil learning exceptionally well, offering a curriculum that enables them to build knowledge and skills gradually, in small, achievable yet aspirational steps. This approach empowers our pupils to work successfully toward their personal Education, Health, and Care Plan (EHC plan).

We acknowledge that the curriculum is at the heart of everything we do. Our children follow thoughtfully crafted offers such as ImPACTS (Individualised, (meaningful), Profile, Assessment, Curriculum, Target, Setting), DEYO (Differentiated Early Years Outcomes), Sounds of Intent, and Special Yoga, all carefully selected to support their individual development.

Whether your child is in the early years or progressing through different stages, we are committed to delivering a curriculum that is meaningful, inclusive, and fosters their growth.

Our Curriculum guidance

For more information, explore the skill areas of learning and gain a comprehensive understanding download the curriculum guidance. 

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Our Curriculum

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Curriculum Guidance

Download our Curriculum guidance booklet to find out more about how we teach and our curriculum offer

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Early years curriculum

At The Children's Trust School, our early years learners embark on a journey of discovery and growth. In our Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), we provide a nurturing environment where children engage in child-initiated learning, guided by the Developmental Early Years Outcomes (DEYO).



At our school, we deeply value and prioritise understanding how each child learns best.

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Environmental Control Technology - ECT

We are committed to providing up-to-date, engaging and relevant Environmental Control Technology (ECT) equipment that empowers our learners. We utilise this equipment in innovative ways to enhance engagement and promote independence.

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Music education

Music Education is a cornerstone of the School’s commitment to providing enriching and inclusive learning experiences.

Physical Curriculum

Physical education

At our school we prioritise maximising opportunities for both fine and gross motor development, recognising the importance of movement and exploration for our students.

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Personal, Social, Wellbeing and Health Education (PSWEHB)

Through our PSWEHB offer, we are dedicated to providing and inspiring, meaningful and personalised opportunities for each child and young person to live their best quality of life. We prioritise building resilience, confidence for both physical and mental health.

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Sixth Form

In our Sixth Form, we are committed to providing an age-respectful, personalised and ambitious learning experience for all the young people.

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Welcome to our school

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website, we hope it is a useful introduction to our wonderful School and co-located residential care.

Melanie Burrough, Director of Therapies and Education

Contact our School

If you would like to visit and enjoy a tour of our school, associated residential accommodation and on-site facilities, please do get in touch. Members of our team will be delighted to show you around. We look forward to meeting you.

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