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Ysgol Plas Cefndy Case study

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Ysgol Plas Cefndy is a pupil referral unit in Rhyl, north Wales, which provides education other than at school (EOTAS) for secondary aged children experiencing social emotional and behavioural difficulties. They also have provision for children with high levels of anxiety at their Milestones centre in Rhyl and their satellite site at Ruthin provides placements for primary aged children.

See their case study films below showing how they’ve approached developing their curriculum, from a leadership and broader staff perspective.

Leadership perspective:

Broader staff perspective:

The  Guidance for EOTAS sets out what is needed over and above what is in the Curriculum for Wales framework guidance for all learners. It refers to the following key features:

  • nurturing and strengthening the health and well-being of each learner
  • systematic collaboration between learner, parents/carers, school and EOTAS providers
  • access to an inclusive curriculum that focuses on the individual needs of each learner
  • supporting the reintegration into or transition of learners receiving EOTAS to mainstream or specialist provision, and/or enabling them to progress towards further education, training or the world of work

The films are also hosted in the resource area of Hwb.

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