Our vision for our students is for them to develop into confident young adults with the skills, values and learning that enables them to have choices in life.  We want them to be able to live happily, independently and believe in themselves so they feel part of a community; in order to understand how they can be good citizens and contribute to society.

At the West Molesey Centre, we take pride in the fact that each of our young people are unique and have their own personal context and challenges.  Since these challenges can affect their emotional and mental wellbeing, we believe the curriculum we offer will provide more opportunities to access learning within the appropriate environment, to help develop interest and aspirations for their futures.

Our curriculum is broad and balanced; allows deep learning; the opportunity to embed a wide range of skills in, and out of the classroom. Most importantly, our lessons are adapted to the needs of our young people and incorporate skills for life.

The curriculum is designed so that it:

  • Is sequenced according to students’ individual needs, their starting points and their long term goals
  • Develops learning that is stimulating, challenging, motivating, rewarding, fun and enjoyable which encourages high levels of achievement both academically and personally
  • Promotes students’ social interaction and enables students to communicate effectively
  • Allows students to develop self confidence and self-esteem through a variety of positive experiences
  • Recognises and fosters individual abilities by personalising learning
  • Encourages and enables students to express preferences, communicate needs, make thoughtful choices and decisions, and be able to reflect upon these
  • Teaches an awareness to students of their environment and the world by developing a healthy, safe lifestyle, developing good relationships and respecting differences between people and preparing them for the future

Below are links to all subject areas' statements of curriculum intent:

English 2022-2023

Mathematics 2022-2023

Humanities 2022-2023

Health, Sport and Nutrition 2022-2023

PSHE 2022-2023

RSE 2022-2023

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