In Key Stage 4, students work towards achieving accreditation for completing the ASDAN Transition Challenge (5 modules). The main benefit of using the ASDAN Transition Challenge programme with our students is that it is a curriculum-based programme which all students can access at their own level and allows them to continue to develop and extend the skills they have learnt through studying the National Curriculum. All Key Stage 4 students working on the ASDAN Transition Challenge programme have successfully gained accreditation in recent years.
In Key Stage 5 students access accreditation at the level appropriate to their needs. Students working at Entry Level 1 (P Levels 1-8) work on units from the national programme Personal Progress. Units focus on developing functional communication, literacy, maths and computing as well as independence and work-related skills. Students with complex needs focus on units of work encouraging engagement with the world.
Students working above Entry Level 1 works towards:
WJEC Entry Pathways Level 2 in English and Maths
Personal and Social Development Entry Level 2