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Flying Bull

The Inclusion Centre

Spring 2022

The curriculum in the Inclusion centre is designed to be sufficiently flexible to meet the individual needs of all our students.

Much of our learning for the Spring term will be based around our science topics. We will be continuing to work on previous learning to further develop scientific skills and knowledge as we investigate different materials and their uses. We will also look at how materials can change and if changes are permanent or not. Our Art and design work will be based around STEM challenges so we can use different skills to create a product or model.

This half term’s Maths work will focus on the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). The work we cover will ensure that children are working with a solid understanding of number and allow them to investigate using different concrete and pictorial resources to assist them in showing their calculations.

Our English work will use stories, poems and non-fiction texts to develop the children’s reading and writing. We will be working to develop fluency, comprehension and inference skills in our reading. Developing stamina for writing, spelling and grammar, appropriate to the children’s age and stage, will also be a focus.

Social, emotional and mental health needs are our priority. Children will have opportunities everyday through nurture and circle time activities to build on their existing skills and develop further strategies to develop self-regulation, motivation and communication skills needed to tackle every day activities. Children will also take part in 1:1 sessions with their key workers to support their individual targets.

Our PE sessions are on Wednesday (indoor) and Thursday (outside). Please make sure that children wear suitable clothing on these days so they can take part.

The Inclusion centre team thank you for your continued support.

 


 


Autumn 2021
Great and Ghastly events

Our learning for the first part of the autumn term will be based around a history topic looking at events from the 1900s.

We will begin with some feelings work by using the Colour Monster story by Anna Llenas. We will be thinking about different feelings and linking words and phrases to each to make a poem. After this we will engage with stories and information texts which focus on historical events from the 1900 such as the sinking of the Titanic and the moon landings. We will continue to read every day and develop phonic knowledge and other reading strategies. 

This half term’s mathematics work will focus on the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). The work we cover will ensure that children are working with a solid understanding of number and allow them to investigate using different concrete and pictorial resources to assist them in showing their calculations. 


Throughout this half term we will be continuing to work on the previous terms work to further develop scientific skills and knowledge, we will investigate different forces, from basic pushes and pull to floating and sinking and the effect of magnets. Our art and design work will be based around STEM challenges so we can use different skills to create a product or model. 


Social, emotional and mental health needs are our priority. Children will have opportunities everyday through nurture and circle time activities to build on their existing skills and develop further strategies to develop self-regulation, motivation and communication skills needed to tackle every day activities. 


Our PE sessions are on Wednesday (indoor) and Thursday (outside). Please make sure that children wear suitable clothing on these days, so they can take part.


The inclusion centre team thank you for your continued support.