Centre Offer

Every effort is made to provide continuity for students so that when they return to their usual schools, they are kept up to date with work completed by their peers where possible.

Every attempt is made to ensure that learning is engaging and enjoyable. Work is planned to suit the needs of individuals offering a personalised curriculum with a focus on core subjects and a strong emphasis around meeting students’ social, emotional, and mental health alongside medical needs in order to promote high quality outcomes and raise aspirations for all students.

The National Curriculum is used to deliver our Primary curriculum. We work closely with a student’s school to deliver a personalised learning plan. Lessons will mainly focus on Literacy and Numeracy. Regular contact is made with student’s mainstream primary school in order to inform progress reporting. Primary students have access to the Creative Curriculum in order to address their social and emotional needs.

Key Stage 3

The Key Stage 3 curriculum consists of subjects from the National Curriculum:

  • English

  • Maths

  • Science

  • Art

  • ICT

  • Creative Curriculum

  • ACE programme (Alternative Curriculum Enrichment)

 

Key Stage 4

 

 

The Key Stage 4 curriculum consists of subjects from the National Curriculum, Functional Skills and optional subjects.

Core Subjects:

  • English

  • Maths

  • Science

  • Creative Curriculum

  • ACE programme (Alternative Curriculum Enrichment)

Optional Subjects:

 

  • GCSE Option: Citizenship or Art

 

Functional Skills:

 

  • English

  • Maths

  • ICT

Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils also have access to the Creative Curriculum. Please click here to find out more information about our Creative Curriculum Provision.

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Braybrook, Midpoint, Orchard and Nightingale PRUs

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Contact Us

SENCO/Headteacher: Ms L Watson
Executive Headteacher: Mrs J Wood
Email: orchard.centre@wolverhampton.gov.uk
Telephone: 01902 555947

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