P10 Modular Summary
Here is our modular summary so you can see in more detail what we will be learning over the next term.
NEXUS: MODULE SUMMARY
| TERM : 3 CLASS :P10|
This term we will be continuing our topic of ‘Our Community and people who help us’. This term we will be learning about people who help us in our community from Police to Doctors. We will also be concentrating on phonics, handwriting and letter formation and mark making using different mediums.
This term we will be focusing on a range of topics within Maths. Some students will be continuing to look at recognising coins working out simple addition questions using money.
Some students will be working on rote counting to 15 and higher, using different communication aids to do this.
Some students will be continuing to work on their adding more and taking away with simple addition and subtraction questions. All students will be able to use a range of manipulatives to help them with these different aspects of Maths. These will include Numicon, cubes, counters etc.
At home-counting everyday items, singing number songs. Play games with counting activities in them. Encourage use of communication systems such as PECs, Makaton and Communication Books. Letting children explore coins and even pay for things when out and about.
|Communication and Language |
Reading-Some students will be looking at early reading skills and using Oxford Reading scheme to help develop this area of learning..
Writing/mark making. We will be working on a range of pencil control mazes as well as tracing over different patterns. Some students will be working on their handwriting and letter formation skills during Phonics sessions as well as during TEACCH tasks.
Speaking & Listening-Use of all different forms of communication, opportunities to be built into all areas of the school day to encourage pupils to use their own means of communication, including PECS, communication books and signing. Other students will be focusing on their phase 3 phonics and learning to blend a variety of sounds.
At home-sharing books, listening to stories together. Encouraging use of communication systems to comment and make requests.
We have created a sensory circuit which we can use in class, which the children engage with every morning when they come into school.
Before we start our afternoon sessions we have a quick movement activity to help us focus for our afternoon learning.
Pupils will be offered a range of different materials to explore to help support their ability to cope with different textures, wet, dry etc.
Please ask if you would like any further information about sensory circuits.
|Physical Development |
We deliver Sensory circuits every morning in class and all children are encouraged to join in.
Weekly PE lessons which take part in the school hall and in the playground where the children get a chance to explore a range of equipment and different activities as a group.
We also have daily session breaks outside which gives the children an opportunity to run round and then be able to refocus on their work.
Some students also engage in daily fine and gross motor skills activities.
|Expressive Arts and Design|
Using different instruments
Making choices, showing a preference.
Exploring sounds within our local environment.
Art-This term we will be carrying on with the topic of ‘Our local community and people who help us’ and will be creating a range of art work linked to this topic. The children will have the opportunity to explore a range of materials and mediums throughout these lessons for example tissue paper, paint, chalks, crayons and many more.
|Understanding The World|
KUOW– This term we will learning about different people in our Community who help us, for example Police, Doctors, Vets, Paramedics and Teachers.
Lego Therapy: We will be engaging in Lego Therapy sessions across the term, in small groups and on a one to one basis with an adult.
Interactive white board-songs
Keyboard and mouse skills
Switches such as big Mack
Using the iPad during play and work as well as a reward
Using switch toys independently.
|Personal, Social And Emotional Development|
Turn taking playing with friends sharing materials and toys. Making choices, sharing and turn taking.
Working with peers to share activities and toys
Washing hands before snack, lunch etc. Being as independent as possible in different tasks. Reward and choosing boards for all children to use.
At home-encourage your child to be as independent as possible in a range of different activities such as dressing and undressing.