The Bardwell Curriculum
The Bardwell Curriculum

COVID-19 and Home Learning

During the COVID-19 pandemic, some of our students will be completing their learning at home. You can find our guidance and policy documents about home learning at the links below. We are in regular contact with families on a weekly basis but parents and carers should contact their child's class teacher should they require help, advice or guidance.

Home learning guidance

Remote learning and contact

Below in an excerpt from our school's curriculum. If you would like to read the document in its entirety, please click the PDF link at the bottom of the page.

For more information about our curriculum, and our planning and assessment systems, please contact the school. If you are a parent of a child at the school, or considering if Bardwell School is appropriate for your child, we will happily take time to talk with you about the curriculum and visit classes to see the curriculum in action. If you are a teacher, or professional from another school, we do arrange open days for professionals and will be able to provide you with information about this.

Throughout their time at Bardwell School we have 4 key aims for all of our pupils:

  • To learn at the optimum rate and reach their full potential

  • To be able to communicate effectively

  • To maximise their independence

  • To develop self-esteem and confidence

We believe that the above are pivotal to our pupils realising their potential and being active, valued members of their communities. Our curriculum supports our teachers in differentiating national documents for our pupils and identifying the most appropriate priorities. We also have additional subjects specific to the needs of our pupils.

Our school is organised into 3 departments:

  • The Primary School (including Early Years and Foundation Stage)

  • The Secondary School

  • The Lodge (Post-16)


By creating The Bardwell Curriculum we are ensuring our students are:

  • Treated as individuals

  • Provided with meaningful learning opportunities

  • Engaged in activities which they enjoy and which enrich their lives - Supported to learn and make progress

  • Prepared for learning in the future

  • Able to meet their full potential

Please click the link below to see the full curriculum.


The Bardwell Curriculum