Inspire Pathway

Inspire Pathway

The Inspire Pathway aims to stretch and challenge learners by raising their aspirations for achievement. The Inspire Pathway enables our higher attaining pupils to access a challenging academic curriculum, which allows their learning journeys to develop.

Students within this Pathway may have an additional barrier to learning, this could be Speech, Language and Communication, Autistic Spectrum Continuum (ASC), Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or Social, Emotional, Mental Health issues (SEMH) and Hearing Impairment (HI), or Visual Impairment (VI), KS4 students work towards a range of GCSEs Grades (9-4) BTECs, and Level 2 qualifications.

Inspire Pathway

Pathway Overview

The Inspire Pathway aims to stretch and challenge learners by raising their aspirations for achievement. The Inspire Pathway enables our higher attaining pupils to access a challenging academic curriculum, which allows their learning journeys to develop.

Students within this Pathway may have an additional barrier to learning, this could be Speech, Language and Communication, Autistic Spectrum Continuum (ASC), Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or Social, Emotional, Mental Health issues (SEMH) and Hearing Impairment (HI), or Visual Impairment (VI), KS4 students work towards a range of GCSEs Grades (9-4) BTECs, and Level 2 qualifications.

Pathway Intent

  • To embed and promote positive student wellbeing, confidence, independence, and communication skills throughout the curriculum 
  • A broad and balanced curriculum at KS3 and KS4
  • Access bespoke enrichment opportunities, which stretch and challenge learners
  • Bespoke intervention groups for high attaining learners
  • Opportunities to work alongside mainstream peers 
  • STEM focus days

Pathway Implimentation

The students within this pathway access a form tutor and class TA’s. 

  • Inspire classes have their curriculum delivered on a secondary school model involved moving to a wide range of subject specialist teachers based in specialist rooms 
  • This is the differentiated curriculum tailored to stretch and challenge our most able students in inspiring their learning journey’s to develop.

Pathway Impact

  • Positive wellbeing, confidence, independence, functional communication skills.
  • KS4 students work towards a range of GCSEs Grade (1-9), and Entry level 1-2 qualification in Functional Skills 

Post 16

Students who follow this pathway could progress to:

  • College to study a level 3 qualification 
  • Foundation degree
  • 6th from college in mainstream school 
  • Apprenticeship 

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