KS3 and KS4 Curriculum and Careers
Welcome to Sandfield School Key Stage 3 and 4
The curriculum at KS3 and 4 takes into account and incorporates pupils experiences, age and developmental stage. We acknowledge that many of our pupils have complex learning difficulties and have designed a personalised curriculum that enables the pupils to learn and progress through:
During their time in KS4, the pupils will be looking to gain nationally recognised qualifications.
We do this through a broad curriculum consisting of Functional Skills, Personal, Social and Health Education, Citizenship and Independent Living Skills. We also provide a rich Expressive Arts programme as our students thrive from the opportunities that these curriculum areas offer.
Meet The Team:
Miss C. Hynes - S1 Class Teacher, Eco Assistant, Parents, English/ Communication, Speak + Listening, Curriculum and Assessment, Evidence for Learning
Miss R. Gibb - S2 Class Teacher
Mrs. J. Lancashire and Miss S. Barry- S3 Class Teacher, English/ Read and Write, Drama
Mr L. Benson - S4 Class Teacher, Maths Co-ordinator, Curriculum and Assessment, Evidence for Learning
Miss L. Cant - S5 Class Teacher,
We encourage pupils to complete some extra work at home, usually focussing on reading and some of the activities on the website links below.
Homework Website Links
Links to websites that require login information from school:
Mathletics – A maths website with interactive activities and a world-wide calculation challenge.
Bugclub – A reading website with a wide range of books and comprehension questions.
IDL Cloud – A reading and spelling website to help develop spelling patterns and skills.
Links to websites with a range of interactive activities, games, rhymes and various other learning resources:
Teachingmoney - Money activities and games
Mathszone – Maths specific games and activities
Dolchword – Games involving essential and common spelling words
Timestables - Times tables games and activities
Primarygames - Maths games
Khanacademy – Maths and science video lessons and activities
Nrich – Problem solving challenges
Parents/carers – fancy testing those maths skills yourself?