At Turney School we have expectations of all our pupils. We aim for them to make as much academic and social progress as they can from their individual starting points.
We aim to meet our pupils autism needs, so they are able to access the curriculum through a range of interventions including TEACCH, Intensive Interaction, Social Stories and Lego Therapy. To do this we work closely with our speech and language therapists, occupational therapist and Educational Psychologist.
We measure academic progress using the PIVATS small steps assessment programme. We use this programme to measure pupil progress and plan future learning targets in line with National Progression Guidance.
The table below shows the percentage of pupils who are making expected or better progress.