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Literacy and numeracy
When they first arrive at Francis Barber, all pupils are assessed to identify their needs including literacy and numeracy. Literacy and numeracy support is given a high priority.
Literacy interventions offered include a phonics programme called Read Write Inc, Rapid Read, in addition we have developed a Reading Reward Programme and we offer personalised support where needed.
Numeracy interventions offered include Success Maker and small group or individual numeracy intervention. We have a ‘Numeracy across the curriculum’ strategy and additional sessions are offered to pupils where appropriate.
We expect pupils to make at least a third of a year’s progress on a termly basis in both literacy and numeracy.
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Key Stage 4 students will follow courses leading to external accreditation. This includes AQA Unit Awards and GCSE’s.
All pupils have a keyworker who will maintain contact with home.
Reviewing students’ progress is an important part of education at Francis Barber. Parents and carers are invited for a review at the end of every term, or more frequently if required. All students participate in setting appropriate learning and behaviour targets.
Some students undergo Statutory Assessment so they can have an Education Health and Care Plan. This can help the student integrate with either mainstream or special school.