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Sixth Form

Sixth Form

Vale of Evesham 6th form Formal Curriculum

At Vale of Evesham 6th Form we aim to support young people into adulthood and identify the Preparing for Adulthood Goals form the core strands within our curriculum.  The strands of employment, good health, independent living and friends, relationships and community inclusion are adopted for accredited links through Asdan programmes.  Please see Map of Asdan Personal Social Development for formal learners that incorporates links to PfA goals.  In addition to these we recognise the importance of a robust programme to support physical and fitness goals.  Duke of Edinburgh Award  provides a framework for this and can be adapted to individual need as outlined for learners in their in EHCP’s.

 

Overview of Sixth Form – Formal Maths and Thinking Skills accreditation paths

In 6th form Maths is an integral part of the curriculum and is delivered through the whole curriculum. In addition, students have designated Maths sessions to target individual learning and progression. Students who are identified as formal learners have opportunity to receive accredited recognition of their progress and achievement in Maths.

At Vale of Evesham 6th Form we aim to support young people into adulthood and identify the Preparing for Adulthood Goals form the core strands within our curriculum. The strands of employment, good health, independent living and friends, relationships and community inclusion are adopted for accredited links through Asdan programmes. Please see the map of Asdan My Independence, Realising Aspirations for semi-formal learners, indicating links to PfA goals. In addition to these we recognise the importance of a robust programme to support physical and fitness goals. Duke of Edinburgh Award provide a framework for this and can be adapted to individual need as outlined for learners in their EHCP’s.

Overview of Sixth Form – Formal English and Literacy Accreditation Paths and Plan

In 6th form English is an integral part of the curriculum and is delivered through the whole curriculum. In addition, students have designated English sessions to target individual learning and progression. Students have opportunity to receive accredited recognition of their progress and achievement in English.

Phonics are developed through the Read, Write Inc. Programme. WRI is incorporated in semi-formal English sessions and delivered through 1:1 support for identified learners following a formal English pathway. Daily reading session embed WRI learning.

Smart School Council is part of speaking and listening sessions offering opportunity for learners to develop self-advocacy, sharing opinion, contributing to discussion and debate.