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Class 10N have made an excellent start to their Entry Level Certificate qualification with the completion of their first assessed practical.
COVID-19 restrictions has meant a few changes to how we work but take a look at 3 of our class demonstrating their skills
Well Done 10N!
Big day in school today.
Very exciting news in school today! We have been attempting to gain the RRS (Rights Respecting Schools) Silver Award over the past year and today all the hard work and endeavour has been realised, as after a 3 hour meeting school was awarded the RRS Silver Award.
This is a great achievement for school, so well done to all the staff and pupils involved – you should all be very proud of yourselves and your achievements
😯 Miss Oliver’s group entered into the RRS(Right’s, respecting School)competition and worked together with Mrs Devlin and Miss Lee with the children to make up a story to help them remember the Class Charter rights and their is 42 so it was a massive job. The class decided on using a mnemonics tool suggested by Bobby Rockett. Mnemonics is a tool that helps us remember certain facts or large amounts of information, and is particularly useful when the order of things is important such as out rights. They can come in the form of a song, rhyme, acronym, image, phrase or sentence. Mrs Devlin has attached the final competition entry which was judged has one of the winners. Well done everyone in 😯 that’s amazing.
Hazel class spent time talking about their rights.
To support our understanding we placed the statements around the classroom next to examples.
Article 19: Pupils decided they wanted to stick the article next to the fire alarm in class.
Article 12: We placed this with the ‘Tell-Me Tree’ in class. In Hazel class we might draw pictures, write down or take photographs of things we are proud of or something that we are worried about, to then discuss with an adult or peer.
Article 13: Pupils wanted this next to the computers.
Article 31: This went next to the choice cupboard.
Article 28: We put this article on our working wall that has all of our wonderful work on.
Article 24: We decided to put a copy of this article on the hand washing station and on our snack box.
Article 29, 7 and 8: These articles went onto our targets/about me wall.
Article 39: Pupils stuck this to our classroom door above the switch that when pressed says :Open the door please”.
Article 30: We placed on our PECS books as they help us with our communication.
Hazel class loved PE today.
We were fire fighter bears saving the day.
We had to crawl under and along benches. We climbed up and over like fire fighters would with their ladders. We then jumped down after putting the fire out and crawled back to the start.
Hazel class enjoyed being fire fighter bears.
When we were finished we spoke about the importance of keeping the equipment clean for the next class.
Great work Hazel team!