The Nightingale Centre works with Primary aged students who are medically unfit for full time education. The students are allocated a key worker who will teach them on a 1-1 basis in their own home. To ensure the continuity of education and ease transition, it is important Primary students follow the same curriculum as their peers in English, Maths and Topic/Science. To facilitate this, Nightingale staff will liaise with the relevant Primary schools to secure assessment details, medium and short term lesson planning plus appropriate work and resources. Where staff do not have access to the relevant materials from a school they will assess the student then devise a personalised programme based on an age appropriate curriculum.