Ashley High School delivers high quality teaching and specialist knowledge of Autism and Social Communication difficulties.
For pupils starting September 2022 –
Introduction of new curriculum based around functional skills in core subjects that allows all pupils to receive some form of accreditation. Pupils will still follow the National Curriculum but will no longer be offered the opportunity to study GCSE’s Key Stage 4 and 5 - Functional skills qualifications to replace GCSEs in core subjects and introduction of courses that develop pupils well being and personal growth
Parents of academically able children, who consult with Ashley High School, will be encouraged to look at alternative provisions (mainstream, resource bases etc.) in order for them to achieve their academic potential as there will be no GCSE curriculum on offer.
Skills Builder programme to be embedded across all Key Stages to develop essential skills and better prepare pupils for adulthood
Some of our students can apply for a place in our 6th Form (16-19 years) provision which offers further qualifications alongside an introduction to Vocational Qualifications and a Preparing for Adulthood Programme.
We provide a safe and supportive environment and passionately believe in the value of an excellent education. We work tirelessly at Ashley High School to ensure that our students achieve their full potential.
Ashley High School has always worked at the heart of its community. We believe in working with the community to raise the achievement aspirations of our students and families.
Let me assure you that we aim to do the very best we can for your child. We are always here to listen and to help. We pride ourselves on being a listening school and are pleased to share our successes with you.