Broomfield SILC


Secondary Partnership at the Rodillian Academy


Welcome to Broomfield Secondary Partnership at Rodillian Academy.

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There are Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 pupils on the roll of Broomfield SILC attending Rodillian Academy full time. 

Students have personalised learning pathways which includes: accessing lessons in the partnership provision; a differentiated curriculum which meets their individual needs; small group working; high levels of adult support; and opportunities to develop independence and increase access to community facilities.

We offer a wide range of accredited courses including ASDAN awards and Entry Level qualifications.

If you would like to find out more about what we do feel free to contact Sarah Rothery on 0113 2771603 to make an appointment 

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Students in our partnership provision at Rodillian Academy may be taught with their cohort by specialist teachers trained to support pupils with a wide range of Special Education Needs or they may occasionally be taught in mainstream lessons by specialist subject teachers. They have the assistance of Learning Support Assistants, trained in understanding the individual needs of students, to help them overcome barriers to their learning and access their full curricular entitlement.

Personalised educational programmes are designed for each student taking into account their wide diversity of ability and needs. All teaching is differentiated: based on an assessment of what the child already knows, understands and can do; by using a range of teaching styles that match the needs of individuals or groups so that all children are engaged in learning; by ensuring access to resources including extra adult support, grouping for ability, age and personal need (including behaviour), in order to overcome the potential barriers to learning. 

Access to a full range of support specialist services are available to all children to ensure they receive their full entitlement to a broad and balanced education. This includes speech and language; physiotherapy; occupational therapy; medical support; sensory impairment teams: and careers.

They may access a range of nationally recognised accreditation including: Entry level awards; ASDAN Bronze, Silver and Gold awards and ASDAN short courses.  Accreditation reflects each student’s abilities, interests and the skills they are developing in preparation for their life after school. All students across Key Stages 3 and 4 are also offered enrichment opportunities including: Horticulture; Art and Crafts; Music and Movement.

There is also an emphasis on developing social skills and independence and students are encouraged to access all the amenities and opportunities the Academy has to offer. 

Secondary partnership KS3 and KS4 long term plans:

In mainstream lessons students follow Rodillian Academy long term plans