Welcome Powerpoint and video from Mr Fazackerley 

Welcome from Mr Fazackerley



Special Notice - Continuing your child's access to education during the Coronavirus outbreak

As a school, we want to ensure that your child can continue to have access to learning resources during this uncertain time. Please find below a suggested home schooling timetable, along with a range of resources. There are clickable links in the timetable which will take you directly to online learning resources. Below the timetable, you will also find documents / worksheets which you can print off if you are able to, or these may just give you some ideas to support your child's learning

 

                                                                                        Suggested Weekly Timetable for Home Learning
  9am - 10.30am Break 11am - 12pm Lunch 1pm - 3pm
Monday

Movement / Stretching videos, Yoga,

Walking (social distancing applied),

workout fitness videos

Some of the online links

below may be useful:

Joe Wicks kids workout on YouTube

 

Number games / Functional Maths

See resources below plus these online resources:

Twinkl Resources 

Education CIty Use login provided by school

Top Marks Maths games

Maths and English Games from ictgames.com

 

Themed Week Activities

Please use the suggested 

resources found below

this timetable as a starting point.

 

Tuesday  

English / Story Reading / Writing

See resources below plus these online resources:

Twinkl Resources 

Oxford Owl Online Books Free Read Write Inc bocks

Teach Your Monster To Read 

Spelling Frame - Online Spelling Games

Education CIty Use login provided by school

Top Marks English games

My Book Blog Login provided if your child uses it

The Literacy Shed - Online Stories

Maths and English Games from ictgames.com

Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler - Free Home Learning Packs

 
Wednesday  

Number games / Functional Maths

See resources below plus these online resources:

Twinkl Resources 

Education CIty Use login provided by school

Top Marks Maths games

Maths and English Games from ictgames.com

 
Thursday  

English / Story Reading / Writing

See resources below plus these online resources:

Twinkl Resources 

Oxford Owl Online Books Free Read Write Inc books

Teach Your Monster To Read 

Spelling Frame - Online Spelling Games

Education CIty Use login provided by school

Top Marks English games

My Book Blog Login provided if your child uses it

The Literacy Shed - Online Stories

Maths and English Games from ictgames.com

Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler - Free Home Learning Packs

 
Friday  

Number games / Functional Maths

See resources below plus these online resources:

Twinkl Resources 

Education CIty Use login provided by school

Top Marks Maths games

Maths and English Games from ictgames.com

 

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                                                                                                     Additional Online Learning Links

Twinkl Resources - Twinkl have a free month offer to support parents. Enter code UKTWINKLHELPS when signing up.

Tynker Coding and Games Creation Free Access - educational programming, drag and drop coding. 3 levels of difficulty.

That Brick Life - Daily Lego challenges

Virtual Museum Tours - free virtual tours of museum, explore these museums safely from your own home covering lots of topics and interests!

Animal Web Cams - 13 Zoos that offer free web cams so you can watch their animals!

Scouts - The Great Indoors! - Great scouting activities all in the comfort of your own home - an indoor adventure awaits!

BBC BItesize - Most students are accessing Primary Y1-3. Start lower and work up if your child finds it too easy.

Free Kindle Books - Here is a selection of free Amazon Kindle books provided by Amazon. An Amazon account and Kindle App is needed.

Beebot Simulator A fun beebot (bee robot) simulator that supports sequencing, following instructions and direction.

Explorify Science - Engaging online resources for Science

Phonics Play - Online Phonics games - Currently free to access

BBC Supermovers - Fun activities to encourage your child to move whilst learning

Below are some webcams around the world.

https://explore.org/livecams

There are also lesson plans

https://explore.org/education/

And parents can install apps on their devices too

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.actolap.explore&hl=en_US

https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/explore-org/id534289239


                                                                    Intervention Support - Activities you can do at home with your child

Fine Motor Skills & Occupational Therapy Support

Jojoebi - Fine Motor Skills - 50 easy fine motor skills to do at home

Please use the YouTube links below for some fine motor skills ideas:

https://youtu.be/GkrZBsOlt3k

https://youtu.be/388Q44ReOWE

https://youtu.be/hbqKH6fDxd4

https://youtu.be/MD86MGSBd8w

https://youtu.be/EmmaiRFYiuE

https://youtu.be/cZdO2e8K29o

https://youtu.be/OPOiGpfzj4M

https://youtu.be/Tzqif7Cq5UI

https://youtu.be/zRiYBp2ZOkQ

https://youtu.be/zf3Cf81oFDI

Wellbeing, Boxall and Nurture Support 

 

 

 

Lego Therapy, aniMATE and Friendship Support

In aniMATE we focus on creating animations to help with friendship related problems. We use three apps / sites which can be found below:

Stop Motion Studio - free app (offers in app purchases) - available on Android or Apple Devices

Animate It! - Free app (a paid one is available) - available on Apple Devices

Flip Animation - A great free site available to use to create flip book animations

Animation Challenges - some good ideas for simple animations.

 

The key focus is to get your child working with someone else if possible to develop or maintain their communication skills

which is really important for them when trying to develop lasting freindships. But most importantly - have fun!


                                                                            Support for explaining Coronavirus to young people

Please find below some resources which may be helpful to explain Coronavirus and the current situation to your child.

Playmobil Coronavirus Explaination - A video that explains Coronavirus to young people.


Number Games / Functional Maths - Key Stage 3

English / Story Reading / Writing - Key Stage 3


Horticulture - Student Activity Packs

Themed week - Positivity

Themed week - Ready, Steady, Cook!

Themed Week 4th May - Monster Madness!

VE Day - 75th Anniversary


 

Key Stage 3

In Key Stage 3 pupils are between 11 and 14 years of age. Most join us in year 7 when they transfer from a mainstream or specialist primary school.  Our department is organised with three vertically grouped classes so pupils from years 7, 8 and 9 are placed within the most appropriate group for their learning needs.

We have a sensory group and 2 groups which follow the National Curriculum suitably adapted to provide opportunities for young people to achieve success.  Whenever possible we look for opportunities to learn outside the classroom in interesting and innovative ways.

Our classes are:

KS3 Foundation - Mrs Reston is the class teacher (and department lead).

KS3 Progress - Mr Balson is the class teacher.

KS3 Transition - Mrs Appleton is the class teacher.

Students are supported by teaching assistants Mr Croft, Mrs L Jones, Mrs Elliot, Miss Molyneux and Miss Pyne. Our experienced team of teaching assistants are based in the above classes but will move around within the the department to ensure the students benefit from their expertise.

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