Another amazing lesson today at horse riding, Alex did a fantastic job of mucking out the stable and the riders were going in and out of boxes and carrying balls around!
A Post 16 student has enjoyed completing a work experience placement at Twinkle House. She decided she wanted to help the charity further by raising money for them. She made packs of sweets to sell to students and staff. Well done!
Learning Suite Foundation and Learning Suite Progress have been exploring African instrument, beat and rhythms in their music lessons. They took part in a group performance last week for the class team.
Learning Suite Progress are now selling fruit every day for 25p.
Students have been working hard during their Maths sessions by carrying out a survey to research people’s favourite fruit. They have collected their results and then used their number skills to work how much fruit we need buy.…
Today during reflection time we talked about Mental Health awareness, we talked about how we could recognise if someone was not themselves, we talked about how someone might behave or not behave if they are going through problems in their life. We discussed our trusted people we can talk to and…
This week in Lego Therapy, we continued working in groups of 4 performing job roles to build Lego sets together.
Mrs Appleton's group - Lorne, Jack, Jake and Sam showed excellent teamwork and listening skills and successfully built their models together.
Post 16 Progress 1 visited a Remembrance Coffee Morning at Rainford Parish Church. The Church had poppy displays and WW1 memorabilia to commemorate the Centenary of the end of WW1. We found it interesting to find out about our local history and the stories of our local heroes.We saw 'silent…
Fun times making self portraits in SULP.
Zak, Charlotte and Georgia achieved 100% in their spelling test this week!
In Learning Suite Foundation we have used Numicon resources in our Maths lesson to help understand our number bonds to 10 and 20.
Pupils in KS3F worked with oil pastels to make bonfire pictures.
This is KS3 Transition's work on Roald Dahl. They were using descriptive writing to make it more interesting.