Pathway to Further Education

This pathway offers the opportunity to work as part of a small group led by a specialist teacher, who has particular knowledge of complex physical and learning needs. This teacher will deliver a significant proportion of the course, but there will also be additional elements taught by specialists in certain subject areas.

Admission criteria

Students entering the Pathway to Further Education are expected to be studying at Pre National Curriculum Level One to Entry Level One. Students will often have complex individual needs, and so benefit from a highly consistent, integrated approach to learning, communication, physical and social skills.

Curriculum

Our curriculum is based on the ASDAN 'Personal Progress' qualification. This allows students to be assessed and awarded externally moderated, nationally recognised. The curriculum offers a comprehensive package appropriate to the individual needs of each student, and a wide range of relevant and stimulating learning opportunities.

Multi-Disciplinary Approach

The Treloar's multi-disciplinary approach is long-established and fully embedded into the Pathway to Further Education for each student. Every student is assigned named members of staff from our multidisciplinary team, who provide training to our learning support and residential staff on specific aspects of a student's needs to ensure complete consistency across our provision.

"Students in the sixth form benefit from a well-structured, flexible and bespoke curriculum, which includes age-appropriate topics, skills and work experience programmes". OFSTED report, 2014