Multikids Inclusive Academy  provides specialist support to students until the end of Year 11.  This is particularly beneficial for those finding transition challenging who will continue to benefit from specialist teaching and integrated therapy.  We have a strong focus on the core subjects of English and Mathematics, with additional time timetable  to consolidate these areas.  The core subjects will be balanced with a variety of other subjects which will vary from year to year depending upon interest and demand.

THERAPY

 

Speech and language therapy and occupational therapy will be integrated as far as possible into the lessons, with 1:1 sessions occurring depending on individual needs.  This approach will enhance access to the KS4 curriculum and enable skills to be developed in context.  Therapists advise and collaborate with specialist teaching staff to support the holistic needs of the learners.

 

Prize Giving, British Council Hall, July 2019
Prize Giving, British Council Hall, July 2019

PERSONAL TUTORS

Year 10 and Year 11 students will have access to academic tutors who will help them organise and manage their work. This valuable input allows students to develop effective study skills. 

In addition extra tutor sessions in core subjects are available after school time. This will take place from 3.30pm - 4.30pm,  Monday-Thursday.

HOMEWORK AND INDEPENDENT STUDY

Students are expected to complete homework on a regular basis in conjunction with the IGCSE syllabus,  extended independent study will be required in school and at home in order to reach their academic potential. 

 

IGCSE Graduate 2018 receiving her School Leavers Certificate from the Hon Ivor Greenstreet.  We wish her all the best in her studies of Fashion Design at Joyce Ababio.
IGCSE Graduate 2018 receiving her School Leavers Certificate from the Hon Ivor Greenstreet. We wish her all the best in her studies of Fashion Design at Joyce Ababio.

ACCESS ARRANGEMENTS for IGCSE students

As a specialist school, we recognise that many students will find international examinations challenging to access.  Within the school, staff are trained to apply for access arrangements for individual students.  This will vary depending upon the needs of the individual and should enable the examinations to be completed with some of the additional anxiety removed. Once access arrangements have been granted students are actively encouraged to practice using these with both staff and parents. 

ART & Design Student modelling her dress made out of re-cycled plastic bags.
ART & Design Student modelling her dress made out of re-cycled plastic bags.