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Curriculum planning in all-age special schools

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Last updated on 4 October 2016
School types: Special · School phases: All
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Are there examples of curriculum planning in special schools? We look at how four special schools plan curriculum opportunities and link to another article from The Key on thematic curriculum structures. We also relay advice from one of our associate education experts on planning across the school.

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  1. 1 Fiveways School, Somerset: case study
  2. 2 Curnow School, Cornwall
  3. 3 Brooklands School, North Yorkshire
  4. 4 Billing Brook Special School, Northamptonshire
  5. 5 Medium-term planning across an all-age school: expert advice
  6. 6 CPDT: supporting pupils with SEND

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