Please see below some useful advice that has been sent out to support parents with managing the transition to homeschooling. Of course, not all points will be relevant to all learners, but it is worth scrolling through to see if there are any ideas that would be useful to you.
To help structure your day, it might be useful to refer to what we usually do in class and when. Remember, this is only a guideline as we are well aware that it won’t work for everyone!
Crack open the Lego – Some great ‘independent activity’ ideas.
I will endeavour to upload the TYM answers over next few days.
Please see the message below, received from the Communication and Autism Team. This will be a difficult time for many children with ASD, or suspected ASD. “To support children with communication and autism needs and their families during this unsettled period, the Specialist Advisory Teachers will be extending the hours of our telephone advice line … Read more Autism Advice Line
We celebrated our love of Reading by dressing up as our favourite characters from our favourite books. There were some fabulous costumes – as you can see! During the day, we talked about our favourite books, watched an online masterclass about writing by a famous author, created bookmarks, wrote short stories, did three book quizzes … Read more World Book Day in Chestnut Class
Yesterday 18 children participated in the Hertfordshire Schools Gala at the Royal Albert Hall. We had an amazing day and the show was a brilliant success. The children have been working hard to learn their words as they were not allowed them on the day. We left school at 2pm and upon arriving had a … Read more Royal Albert Hall – Hertfordshire Schools Gala 2020
Hazel class made some fantastic posters this week on the importance of washing our hands. We all learnt how to wash our hands properly with a little help from the Baby Shark song!