Pathway overview

The population of Greenvale includes a wide variety of learning difficulties. 48% of students have Autism, 22% have Down Syndrome and 28% of students have a Global Developmental Delay. Of 128 students, 20% are on the Grove Pathway, 49% Forest, 14% Woodland and 17% Glade.

Grove Pathway

For students with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). Students work below GV4. They have full access to the curriculum content; however they are not engaged in subject specific learning. Students typically communicate using objects of reference, vocalisations and/or gesture, and learn through a sensory curriculum.

Forest Pathway

For students with Learning Difficulties working within GV4-GV8. They have full access to the curriculum content, and are engaged in subject specific learning. Students typically communicate using symbols, signs and verbally.

Woodland Pathway

For students with Learning Difficulties working above GV levels and are engaged in subject specific learning. They work towards Entry Level Qualifications. 

Glade Pathway

For students with Learning Difficulties and additional complex needs. Students typically work from 7 areas of engagement-GV7. Students require a high level of structure and routine throughout the day. They focus on the development of skills such as communication, behaviour, emotional regulation, engagement, initiation and generalisations. Many of these young people have additional complex behavioural needs. We only have a limited, small number of spaces for such young people as they require a separate provision from the rest of the school.