Hugi Hubs Therapeutic Curriculum
We work in partnership with schools/commissioners to agree the curriculum that we are focusing on for each individual child. The AP programme and the targets for the child will be written in partnership and be based upon the My Plan, EHCP, other professional guidance considering the child’s curriculum level.
All our children are assessed, observed and tracked using the Tapestry Software. Tapestry is accessible by children, parents, carers, schools and other professionals. The system allows everyone who has log in to add photos, observations, experiences, record progress, track to a curriculum, leave messages and is used as an additional daily communication tool.
We use Cherry Garden which is a unique and flexible SEND assessment framework designed to monitor progress for children with learning differences and disabilities. The assessment tool developed by the namesake school (an outstanding specialist school in London for children with severe and complex support needs). The maps organise key milestones that you would expect to find in a typically developing child from birth to 5 years, with additional bridging branch maps for a level expected in Year 1. The aim is to provide practitioners with a straightforward overview of a child’s current level and support them to set appropriate next steps.
· Provide teachers/support staff with key milestones in typically developing young children.
· Demonstrate not only linear but also lateral progress – perfect for children with complex support needs.
· Enable parents to explore and understand their child’s learning through a unique Cherry Orchard visualisation.
Inside every rainbow is a child waiting to shine
Curriculum Intent, Implementation, and Impact
Working in partnership with you we will agree the curriculum that we are focusing on for each individual child. The AP programme and the targets for the child will be written in partnership and be based upon the My Plan, EHCP, other professional guidance considering the child’s curriculum level.
Children will communicate using preferred styles and individualised programs.
Children will make progress on their individual targets and learning journey supported by a bespoke program of interventions to develop attention and curiosity.
Children will explore an imaginative informal curriculum with curiosity and wonder, at their own pace, developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills through play and exposure.
Independence - pupils will be given opportunities to develop self-care and independence skills for life, promoting their physical and mental wellbeing.