A little more about the CURRICULUM: English Maths IT skills Living skills, including farming, marketing, understanding profit and loss, Budgeting, animal care and stock control. Socialising and communication (mainly for autistic children) Sensory education and support to understand basic personal care needsBENEFIT FOR THE SCHOOL Sustainability as the crops and livestock will generate an income. Small classes and skilled teachers will give extra time for each pupil so they can study with no distraction at present most disabled are kept locked in doors and I feel they will not gain any social or living skills. Living skills – at present most disabled are kept locked in doors and I feel they will not gain any social or living skills. Teaching the children to farm and sell their produce will enhance their skills and support their social skills as they will have to learn how to market and trade with buyers. The sensory will support them to learn coping mechanisms for their anxieties so to be able to have community inclusion.BENEFIT FOR THE COMMUNITYThe community will benefit by giving opportunities for rest bite for carers which will provide a less demanding home life, giving all involved a more positive and relaxed environment to live in. In addition, families may have more time to pursue an income or develop quality of life. Children will benefit from classrooms adapted to cater for their individuals needs.Pupils will develop agricultural skills as well as academically which will in time develop the prospects of the community.
The reason for the integration of the pupils is so the disabled will belong, they will learn self-worth and grow in confidence. All the children inTopcrest will be treated as individuals, learn equality and diversity and be part of the community.As the land and buildings will be owned by The Yellow Rose, no rent will be paid. The school fees will pay the teachers, stationery and feeding programme which will give the children stability and knowing that they have a permanent schoolA map of the building of classrooms