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SG4 Modular Summary

Term 3 Module Summary:

Physical Development

Circuit training- Designed to increase movement, balance and proprioception for students.

Parachute games- students will develop their interaction skills. Students will work together developing social interaction with peers and turn taking.


Individual communication- students will learn to use their individual communication aids (PECS book, communication boards, Ipads) to enhance their communication skills.


Community Based Learning

All students will be accessing the local community, suited to their individual needs. Students will visit all or some of the following places- shops, Tonbridge pool, footpath walk. Some students will also travel by public bus.


Life Skills

Students will learn about areas in their home. Students will be focusing on washing, sorting clothes (clean/dirty and colours), and cleaning. Work tray activities will be used to support their learning.


This term we will be learning about and growing herbs. Students will experience the different smells and textures.



This term we will be learning to make burgers. Students will buy the ingredients each week and then, with their class, prepare the food and cook it. This learning is focused on functional and independent skills.

Art/ Creative Design

This term students will be making a range of sensory art designs. Students will explore different material they are working with.

Please can you send in some old clothes that you don’t mind getting messy!



Students will explore different programmes on the computer using the whiteboard. Students will use a range of devices, for example Ipads or switches.

Attention Everyone

The purpose of this programme is to develop students’ ability to focus and maintain their attention on an adult led activity and learn how to shift their attention from a group activity to an individual activity.







Students will focus on interaction, using different instruments, making choices and showing a preference.



Sensory Circuits

We will begin each day with a sensory circuit to prepare them for their learning. Students will complete sessions throughout the day to help students remain settled and focused. Students complete an alerting, organising and calming activities.

Please ask if you would like any further information.



TEACCH/ Work Trays

Students complete work tray activities twice a day. Students focus on independent working skills. Work tray activities are focused on life skills, numeracy and literacy skills.







Students have opportunities throughout the day to meet their individual sensory needs. Students have access to the sensory integration room during the week.

On a Friday afternoon students can choose a variety of sensory activities. For example, foot spa, music, sensory garden or sensory play.

Lego Therapy 

Some students take part in Lego therapy. These sessions are designed for students to work on social skills, numeracy and literacy. Students have to work together to build a design.