Our ethos at The Beeches Independent School is to ensure our children and young people/our students:
- Develop an understanding of the world in which they live
- Have sound numeracy, literacy and ICT Skills
- Develop personal and moral values
- Respect values, cultures, religions and ways of life
- Acquire knowledge and skills relevant to adult life
- Take their place in a society as informed, confident and responsible citizens
Read more about the ethos at The Beeches Independent School in our ‘Mission Statement’ below.
Teaching at The Beeches is the practice carried out by all staff to ensure all students acquire knowledge, skills and understanding as they progress through the curriculum designed to meet their special educational needs. This practise is multi-sensory, language centred and connective. Learning is the process through which the students can develop their knowledge, skills and understanding to the point where they have retained and generalised what has been taught.
Skills that are learnt will be planned and supported by staff who will ensure they are fully relevant and transferable whether they be in the home, the local community or within future placements.
Teaching and learning is carried out in a context that is relevant and meaningful to all students on the autistic spectrum to ensure effective learning and appropriate accreditation.