Research and analysis

Organising work for students in residential houses

Ofsted good practice example showing how Fairfield Farm College organises work for students in residential houses.

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Fairfield Farm College - Good practice example.doc

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For Fairfield Farm College a key part of the 24 hour curriculum for students with learning difficulties and disabilities attending independent specialist colleges is the development of independent daily living skills. This approach allocates areas of responsibility to each student and allows each individual to make decisions about how and when they carry out their duties, rather than creating a strict rota to which they must work.

Published 13 May 2011