At Red Kite we firmly believe measures of curriculum success and impact is more than just data, Ofsted reports, national standards and qualifications, although these are elements we consider when forming a wider picture of our schools’ successes.
We choose to observe real success and curriculum impact through the creation of learners that are ready for the next stage of life, independence, community contribution, education, employment or training. Where relevant, our learners will gain qualifications that allow them to go on to destinations that meet their interests, aspirations and the intention of their course of study.
Our curriculum impact can be seen in our learners' detailed knowledge and skills across the curriculum and, as a result, achievements. Where relevant, this is reflected in accreditation pathways (1-4) and qualifications.
The preparation for adulthood curriculum produces learners who must and can, think for themselves, be resilient and face challenges with strategies to overcome and progress now and in their future.
The Careers and work experience curriculum supports pupils in understanding the world of work and opportunities specific to them.
Both the Maths and English qualifications provide pupils with the functional skills needed to prepare for adulthood, whether that is in supported living or employment and independent living.