The Developers Pathway spans Key Stages Two and Three and is designed for our learners who can access a formal curriculum. Learners have higher levels of independence, are socially aware and have reciprocal communication.    Their attention and engagement in learning is sustained over longer periods of time and they are able to demonstrate how they can apply their knowledge and skills including self-evaluation. It focuses on developing both academic knowledge and practical skills.  Learners will acquire core and foundation subject knowledge and skills that are adapted and enhanced to meet individual needs. Allowing them to flourish in the community, sustain healthy relationships, be physically and emotionally safe, and healthy. They will recognise and celebrate differences and individuality.    The curriculum will also ensure learners gain subject specific knowledge so they know more and can do more overtime in order to prepare them for their next phase in their education. 


The curriculum is ambitious and aspirational for all learners, so they have the knowledge and cultural capital they need to take advantage of opportunities, responsibilities and experiences in later life.   The curriculum is planned and sequenced coherently building on the knowledge taught in Key Stage 1 and is taught through discreet subject teaching.  The curriculum is successfully adapted and is delivered through the developmental stage the learner is at and not their chronological age. Reflecting the cognitive abilities whilst also being ambitious for each learner.  

English (including Phonics)

Provides access to wider academic learning, underpinning all other curriculum areas. Reading, writing, speaking and listening skills are key to unlocking the world around them, fostering connection, understanding and meaningful interaction.


Provides a highly inter-connected discipline which is essential to everyday life. It creates a foundation for understanding the world, the ability to reason, an appreciation of the power of maths, and the ability to problem solve.


Provides a critical aspect to the curriculum equipping learners with essential life skills. Through the promotion of well-being, and addressing of areas such as mental health, relationships, and financial literacy, it is preparing them for a balanced and successful future.

Foundation Subjects

Science, Humanities, Art and Design, Computing, Physical Education, Technology (Food and Design), Music – providing a broad and balanced curriculum. It is designed to develop an interest in understanding in the world around them, and creating a sense of place, community, and identity.

The curriculum promotes British Values and social, moral, spiritual and cultural development throughout and in particular through a coherent programme of PSHE, RSE and RE.

Sample Timetables

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