We have all worked very hard today in our intervention session! We moved non stop for the full session and were ready for our break after!
KS4F like to practice reading, speaking & listening and mathematics in local shops and cafes.
Rehearsals went really well today. Our students are very excited about performing for our school. Date to be confirmed soon and we will announce it on our face book page too.
Outreach students from Ormskirk High School have been working hard on the Lathom stretch of the Leeds Liverpool Canal as part of their work with the Canal and River Trust.
The students have begun working on the bridge which forms part of the footpath. They have spent time weeding and clearing…
Students in LST visit the cafe at midstream every Tuesday to practice skills in ordering and purchasing their own food and drink, it is also a time to practice social interaction skills.
Key stage 4 Progress have been looking at the school snake as part of their art work investigating patterns. We held Crunchy the snake, looked at his sheds, researched on the internet then drew our own.
Students and staff in Post 16 took part in a Sponsored Ramble to raise money for Children in Need. Students chose a personal challenge of 1, 3 or 5 miles to complete. We enjoyed walking around Dalton and the Beacon, and the sun was out! Students encouraged and helped each other along the way. We…
We have achieved the School Games Silver Award today for all the hard work and dedication the staff and pupils show towards PE and School Sport.
How have we achieved this?
By providing all students with two hours of Physical Education, school sport and physical activity per…
KS4F go to Myerscough college each week to learn about animal care. They have the opportunity to learn about a wide range of animals and interact with them as well as caring for them by cleaning cages and preparing food and water. This week they have been looking after chickens!
As part of DT lessons we designed and baked a range of cakes for our coffee morning. This included shopping for the ingredients, considering dietary requirements and researching recipes. The gluten free caramel shortbread was a firm favourite with progress class!