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Bettws Lifehouse students at Upper school and Post - 16 education are at the centre of their personalised learning pathway planning. Students identify long term aspirations and outcomes at their Year 9 annual reviews, which inform person-centred planning. Learning Pathways are bespoke for each pupil, taking into account their own identified aspirations and outcomes for a successful pathway into adulthood.

Bettws Lifehouse Upper School Learning Pathways for pupils in Key Stage 4 and in Post-16 education, address relevant aspects identified from 4 identified Pathway for Adulthood (PfA) strands:

  • Employability & Pathway into employment:

    • Qualifications and attitudes to learning

    • Further Education, Training & Work experience, information, advice & guidance

    • Destination Planning & preparation

  • Good Health:

  • Personal & Emotional Growth

  • Mental & Physical Wellbeing

  • Active Lifestyle

  • Independent Living:

    • Independence in the home

    • Living as an adult

    • Travel Independence

  • Community Inclusion, friends & relationships:

    • Relationships & interactions

    • Leisure time

    • Staying Safe

Each student’s timetable is informed by their learning pathway to provide a careful balance of lessons to meet qualification outcomes and personal outcomes identified from any other strands.