The Six Outcomes
Our aim at is to prepare students for a life of purposeful, wholehearted and successful engagement in worthwhile relationships, activities and experiences.
To achieve our aim, we have created a coherent, broad and balanced curriculum framework based on six key outcomes in order to meet the needs of our individual pupils.
Needs and targets are reviewed with pupils, parents and carers as part of the EHCP process, in order to make decisions and set next steps for the coming year.
We aim to help our pupils work towards clearly set goals and acquire knowledge or skills recognised by the wider community giving them a sense of achievement and accomplishment.
We aim to help our pupils, as future citizens, to contribute to the general (and own) well-being, through work. We aim to equip our pupils, as autonomous individuals to make informed choices about what kind of work to be engaged in.
We aim to equip our pupils with the skills to live an independent life and to help them to develop the personal qualities that they will need to overcome obstacles, recover from difficulties and adapt well in the face of adversity.
the Wider World
We aim to help our pupils form a broad background of understanding of the world in which they live and to become informed, caring and active citizens of a liberal democratic society.
We aim to help our pupils understand their own nature and that of other people and to be aware of the belief systems that may hinder one's own and other's flourishing. We aim to enable pupils to identify and engage in intrinsically worthwhile activities through imagined and first hand involvement.
Health, lifestyle &
In collaboration with carers and parents, we aim to protect our pupils from danger and harm and give them the means to seek help and assistance when at risk. We aim to encourage pupils to live a healthy life and to protect and improve their mental health.
Kingswode Hoe offers accreditation at the following stages of the National Qualifications Framework:
Entry level qualifications recognise basic knowledge and skills and the ability to apply learning in everyday situations under direct guidance or supervision. Each Entry level qualification is available at three sub-levels - Entry 1, Entry 2 and Entry 3. Entry level 3 is the most difficult.
Level 1 qualifications are the equivalent of GCSE grades 1-3 (old grades G-D).
They can be called certificates, awards, diplomas, functional skills or NVQ's.
Level 2 qualifications are the equivalent of GCSE grades 4-9 (old grades C-A).