Curriculum

Curriculum

Write-Trak aims to provide a tailored curriculum for every student based on their Individual Education Plan. Tutors help students to access the National Curriculum in English, Mathematics and Science at the appropriate Key Stage and Level. Each student has both their pastoral and academic needs met by their individual programme. For example, Humanities are often tailored to meet the interests of the student, whilst still aiming to cover a broad base of topics overall.

Appropriate studies of other subjects are offered including; PHSE, Humanities, Geography, History, Cookery, Information Technology, Art and Sport. Write-Trak encourages students to participate in a variety of activities, including tutor led outings. However, if a student’s poor behaviour puts them at risk, an activity or outing may be withdrawn.

Write-Trak assesses all students on a regular basis using nationally recognised standardised tests. Students also sit past SATS papers to contribute to the assessment of the national curriculum levels at which they are working. Write-Trak provides full written reports on an annual basis, and on request. We use standardised assessments to measure progress as well as SATS style material. We attend statement reviews, LAC reviews and Personal Education Plan Meetings.

Public Examinations

Currently Write-Trak’s Key Stage 4 students follow the courses shown below: OCR GCSE Mathematics OCR GCSE English OCR Entry Level Certificate in Science OCR Entry Level Certificate in English OCR Entry Level Certificate in Mathematics OCR Entry Level History OCR Entry Level ICT AQA Level 1 & 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life.  Our most recent inspection by the JCQ was June 2016  Write-Trak passed this inspection.

The Write-Trak registered examination centre is: Arrow Riding Centre, Darenth Park Road, Kent DA2 6LZ.

Careers Guidance

Write-Trak aims to ensure that every student has a career plan path to follow on leaving statutory education. Our dedicated Careers Advisor meets every year 10 & 11 student during tuition time. The careers advisor helps students to form a Career Action Plan, can arrange and accompany them to interviews and can help them to complete application forms. This all takes place in conjunction with parents/carers, with their consent.

Learning support assistant

Write-Trak can also provide an LSA to accompany students who may have a full or part-time placement in a school or college.