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May 3, 2018
The ability to communicate effectively is an important skill. In P9, we seek to understand and to be understood. Our 8 lovely students: Sam, Jeremy, Lee, Jacob, George, Callum, Charbel and Eme all choose to communicate in their preferred way, for example through Proloquo2Go, Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) or speech. Through activities such as cooking,...
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P01 and P07 have spent the first term of 2018 having weekly shared reading activities in the library. These sessions have seen the students have a book read to them, and then the text is explored through song, movement and discussion. Books are chosen to: 1) promote reading as a pleasurable activity whilst also allowing...
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This term P20 are broadening their knowledge and tastebuds exploring food that grows from the land. Our aim is to make food fun and inviting while also learn the important role that natural food has to make us strong and healthy. Each week the students engage in sensory activities exploring the appearance, texture, smell and...
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This year in P15 we have worked hard to provide an environment that not only creates a foundation for our students to get the most out of their learning, but also allows them some control in how that learning takes place. An important part of this philosophy is the creation of our Flexible Learning Room....
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P22 loves participating in Science experiments. This semester we have watched exploding baggies pop, flying balloon rockets, created soft moon sand and gazed at bubbling lava lamps. Each experiment is done multiple times to promote independence and allow for all students to become confident in following procedures. Science is a great way to for the...
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Sensory processing disorder can be common among students with Autism. In P13, we recognise, acknowledge and give a lot of importance to sensory based learning. We have created a sensory room based on our students’ needs. The sensory room has dimmed light, calming music played at all times, with a myriad of sensory toys including;...
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