Helpline 0808 800 3333 or contact us
For disability information call free
0808 800 3333 or contact us
0808 800 3333
Anything else? Other ways to contact us
The Ingfield Manor curriculum is based on the theory and practice of Conductive Education (CE). It's designed to develop children’s independence, communication and mobility across all Key Stages.
The holistic curriculum ensures that motor learning is embedded throughout all areas and activities. The daily motor learning programmes ensure that skills learnt at that time can be applied throughout the whole learning day.
See specific information for
We are continually developing a skills-based curriculum which encourages problem-solving and the ability to reason. We do this by generalising specifically-taught skills in different learning situations. This applies particularly to communication and understanding, as we provide many opportunities for students to practise their skills off-site, in real-life situations.
We continuously assess pupils’ technology needs. This includes seating and accessing needs. Individual needs are monitored and modified as the child grows and learns.
Communication plays a key part in being able to access the curriculum.
Pupils who use AAC follow a programme to develop ‘linguistic, operational, social, and strategic competencies’ and this is embedded within the whole curriculum. AAC skills are taught within group or individual communication sessions, and then practised and applied throughout the school day.
We typically use Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) at Ingfield, incorporating these into communication books and software (with VOCAs and PCs).
We also use Ingfield Dynamic Vocabularies (IDV’s), which are a system of grids. These were devised and developed at Ingfield, and are now nationally recognised.
More about AAC
Ingfield Manor School
Ingfield Manor Drive
01403 782 294
Ofsted, November 2013, rated the school 'Good' with 'Outstanding' behaviour and safety, and 'Outstanding' in all areas for care.
Find out how @Scope is helping people to feel more confident about disability. Help us #EndTheAwkward http://bit.ly/2egoZQx