Ruth Woodford

Class newsletters:

Ruth Newsletter September 2016

Spring 2017 Newsletter Ruth’s class

Literacy – Monday 6 March 2017

Using the story, ‘Rosie’s Walk’ pupils have been learning key vocabulary, explored the interactive story bag, completed fine motor skills activities to feed chicks and had lots of fun in the process.  Next week, pupils will be ‘going around the pond’ and exploring a range of water based literacy activities.

6.3.17 Dom    6.3.17 Charan

The Baltic Community Links – January 2017

We visited the Baltic’ playground exhibition as part of our community links session and used the Metro to get there and back. The pupils’ behaviour was outstanding and they coped fantastically is what was a very busy environment.

baltic 6     baltic 2 baltic 5     baltic 3 baltic 4     Baltic 1

Playing in the mud kitchen – May 2016

Our pupils have been exploring in our mud kitchen.  Pupils have the opportunity to play, whilst beginning to hear language associated with measurement.

mud kitchen

 

 

 

 

Michelle Waugh

 

Michelle’s class newsletters:

Michelle and Ashleigh’s Newsletter September 2016

Spring 2017 Newsletter Michelle and Ashleigh’s class

 

Balloon Rockets – January 2017

As part of our design and inventions topic we have been making different modes of transport in science and exploring how to make them move using different forces. In the photos students made balloon rockets, they followed symbols supported instructions, requested resources using their preferred method of communication and commented on what they observed and what they thought might happen using PECS.

Balloons rockets MB    balloons rockets OU

Enterprise – January 2017

We have begun a class enterprise called ‘pleased to greet you’ making a selection of greetings cards. Students have made choices for designs, organised resources and completed cards making choices and requests for colours and materials. We are hoping to sell cards within school and a local café.

Cards U

ASDAN – Autumn Term 2016

The students worked on the module ‘Performing Arts’. Throughout this module they explored various aspects of performance including mask work, puppetry, dancing and mime. They really enjoyed participating in the mime session, working with each other to face paint and explore movement.

Asdan Alex    Asdan Martin