Robin Modular Summary
|Module Summary||Term 2||Robin Class – This term our topic is ‘Festivals’, we will be looking at Halloween, Bonfire night, Harvest and Christmas.|
Robin class begin each day with a sensory circuit to prepare for learning. Every Monday we also attend a PE session in the hall working on turn taking and learning new skills such as jumping, under and over and throwing. Every afternoon we join in with Yoga following different movements.
|Art and Design|
Art and design this term is related to this terms topic ‘Festivals’ looking at the different festivals this term such as Halloween and Chrsitmas.
|Personal, social and emotional development|
Working alongside peers to share activities and turn taking including parachute games, sand play and lego therapy. Making independent choices through individual communication. Developing skills such as independent changing for pe, getting equipment for snack and lunch.
Interactive music lessons throughout the week using a variety of musical instruments and songs. This term we are turn taking in class to choose our favourite songs.
|Communication and Language|
Reading: Using familiar stories based on our term topic ‘Festivals’ we sit and share a book with staff or peers and then begin to talk about what we can see.
Writing: We use a variety of different materials to make marks such as art materials and computing software. We are beginning to add colour to pictures practising our tripod grips.
Speaking and listening: Different forms of communication are used throughout the day, each student has an individual means of communication including Pecs and communication books, we use communication throughout the day to be more independent and make more choices and some students are working on phonics.
This term in maths we are continuing to use money through our tuck shop on a Friday, we are also learning colours, shapes and numbers through lego therapy and individual lessons looking at measurements and different shapes and sizes. We also explore different numbers and letters through sensory play.