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KEY STAGE 5 (6TH FORM)

Classes

Key Stage 5 (6th Form) consists of four classes. These classes are 5CP, 5KP, 5EM and 5IF with 47 students in total.​

5CP

Mrs Patterson

Class Teacher

Mrs Chapple

Teaching Assistant

Ms Berresford

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Enright

HLTA

5KP

Mrs Parris

Class Teacher

Mr Samm

Teaching Assistant

Mr Dawkins

Teaching Assistant

5EM

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Miss Mohammed

Class Teacher

Miss Dickinson

Teaching Assistant

5IF

Mrs Ferguson

Class Teacher

About Key Stage 5

"Ready for Work"

The main focus in Key Stage 5 is to prepare our young people to be ‘ready for work;’ this includes furthering their education, preparing for college, apprenticeships, supported internships and work
placements. Students can stay in Key Stage 5 for 1, 2 or 3 years in years 12, 13 and 14. During this time we develop their academic, functional and life skills in preparing them for their next stage.


Life skills linked to employment, independent living, community and inclusion and health are at the forefront of our curriculum under the Preparing for Adulthood theme. Support and guidance are the keys for students and their families in transition from Weatherfield Academy to ensure they have the capacity to be as independent as possible in all areas.


The students build on all the skills they have learned during their journey at Weatherfield Academy and continue to develop them to the best they can, these include: -​

  • Structured routine offering personalised learning to meet the needs of each individual student

  • Self-belief, confidence and self-esteem continued to be nurtured for all students

  • Managing emotions and feelings as our young people grow up is vital in self-development

  • We expect all students to ‘try their best’ at all times

  • We expect all students to be respectful to everyone around them

Curriculum Content

Our option subjects include: 

  • Health and Social Care/Child Care

  • Creative Arts including Dance, Drama and Art

  • College Café work experience

  • ASDAN including Employability and Personal Social Development (PSD)

  • Site maintenance

  • Life Skills and Cookery

  • Entry Level PE/Walking Football

  • Horticulture/Animal Care

  • Hair and Beauty

  • Computing

  • Duke of Edinburgh

Rewards and Behaviour

Key Stage 5 students enjoy celebrating their week every Friday afternoon. Students achieve green cards and house points for all their hard work and efforts across the whole curriculum but educationally and socially.

 

Each class celebrates the house points achieved and the students get to choose their different reward activities which can include: - playing games, football, computer games and enjoying some well-deserved free time.

Certificates of achievement are issued to students to celebrate their individual and class successes.