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Head Teacher: Steven Sneesby
Verney Avenue,High Wycombe, Bucks, HP12 3NE

01494 448497 head@kiteridge.bucks.sch.uk

Curriculum

Each Kite Ridge School student follows a bespoke curriculum tailored to their own individual and specific needs. Students are taught in group sessions when able to and also on a one to one basis by Learning Mentors and teachers. Some students are also taken out for work experience sessions at a number of placements within the local community such as Retail Shops, Riding for the Disabled, Road Farm and All Saints Church to prepare them for adult life in the wider community. Furthermore, students are taken to weekly swimming sessions at the local swimming pool or at a hydrotherapy pool. Music therapy is also provided as part of the curriculum on a weekly basis, either in group or individual sessions.

National Curriculum Subjects in Whole School Topics

The whole school follows a four year rolling curriculum program where a certain subject provides the focus for lessons throughout a term. A table outlining the various subjects is provided below. If you have any questions about the curriculum that we follow, please contact us.

Four Year Program Autumn Spring Summer
First Year This is Your Life
History
Science
Let’s Get Creative
D&T
MFL
Sea, Land, Space Geography
Science
Second Year That’s Entertainment History
D&T
Around the World
MFL
Science
Out and About
Geography
Science
Third Year Light Fantastic
Science
D&T
Food, Glorious Food Geography
MFL
Back to the Future
History
Science
Fourth Year Myths and Legends
History
MFL
Circle of Life
Science
Geography
Sunflowers & Detectives D&T
Science

Religious Worship

Last Academic Year we received fortnightly visits from Ruth Harley from a local church who lead our religious assembly. Ruth also kindly allowed three of our students to visit the church to take part in some work experience and two of these students are continuing this year. Ruth's work with our school was recently written about in Oxford Diocese newspaper and now features on their website.