Learning @ Home
Learning at home can be very difficult; in knowing how much or how little should be done. Often our young people do not want to do 'school work' at home. Don't worry! Focus on the activities you'll find in this section on Life Skills, such as cooking (there are loads of subjects you can touch on here, e.g. writing a list of ingredients needed to tick off, counting, measuring and more).
The Homework Policy can be found in our Policy section. Our Learning @ Home document is designed for prolonged periods of learning out of school, but can be used or help during holidays or to supplement homework.
But before you get to the home learning, some messages for you ...
Read with me
Reading for pleasure is so important, so find books, magazines, comics and enjoy reading with them. Remember not to just focus on reading the words on the page, but focus on the meaning of the words.
Ruth reading The Rainbow Fish
Claire reading Aaaarrgghh, Spider!
Our cook book
Keeping fit @ home
We know that keeping fit impacts our ...
Behaviour & mood
& so much more
The NHS guidelines say we need to be doing 60 minutes of physical activity across the day. You don't have to take our word for it - there a few links below (right) & lots more research online showing the importance of exercise.
Singing, dance, drama, art and music can be excellent methods of expression and are something many of our young people find relaxing and fun. More ideas for the arts can be found in the Learning @ Home document at the top of the page. See some videos from the staff ...