Diverse & Differentiated Curriculum
At The Davenport School, we offer a diverse curriculum designed to enable us to meet the needs of all our
We follow the key objectives of the Literacy and Numeracy National Curriculum on a daily basis and pupils are challenged and
supported to enable them to reach their full potential. All lessons are made fun and interactive with a key focus of being student led. In the afternoons we teach a variety of topic
lessons via practical activities and using different genres to allow all children to showcase their talents and interests, and in conjunction with literacy to enable all learning styles to be
met. We also encourage more physical and practical topics such as PE and PSHE giving the children the opportunities to experience a wide range of topics throughout the
Our Key Stage Three children spend their year working towards a more independent learning style that will allow them to learn and
progress with success in their next school, whether that be in a practical ASDAN based setting, in a more academic setting leading to GCSE qualifications, or both. They also enjoy PE twice a
week at a local sports centre, allowing them to tackle bigger sports activities in a large open space.
Individual timetables – All pupils receive additional support in areas of the curriculum that they may find a challenge. This
includes intensive phonics, handwriting, daily reading, and numeracy programmes.
We have a good staff pupil ratio allowing all Davenport School pupils to receive the support they need to make progress across both
socially and academically.
The Davenport School also access Ethelbert Children’s Service Vocational Centre for extra-curricular activities in both art/craft and