Form Teacher: Mr Bullock
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Lindsay
We will be working hard to support all pupils to make progress in all academic subjects, both at home and while in school, as well as focusing on further developing personal, social and emotional skills.
Spring into Summer:
This has been a challenging term so far for obvious reasons. The majority of the class have been learning from home while a small number returned to school. Home learning commenced shortly after Christmas and some pupils have produced good work. Those pupils in school have done really well and have continued to work hard and complete some really good work in English and Art especially. When all the pupils return on Monday the 8th March, we will be continuing to follow the schemes across the curriculum in order to try and make up for lost time. We look forward to welcoming all students back.
This term, pupils will be studying:
Students still have the opportunity to go on educational trips to further enhance their learning as well as reward trips for good behaviour and learning throughout the term, government guidance pending. Hopefully we will be able to visit various local museums as well as the Imperial War Museum in Manchester as part of our History curriculum.
So far this term the class have settled well and have produced some very good work. There has been some disruption but everyone has responded really well to this and has continued with their hard work.
This term we have been working on World War 1 in both English and History. The pupils have really enjoyed this topic and have produced some brilliant work when looking at the Trenches and why Britain got involved in the war.
The pupils have also done some really good work during the writing challenges and have settled well into the challenges they are facing in year 9. We have also played Table Tennis and Snooker during our ASDAN lessons which the pupils responded really enjoyed as it was something different. Overall, the pupils are enjoying school this year and are making good progress so far.
Students still have the opportunity to go on educational trips to further enhance their learning as well as reward trips for good behaviour and learning throughout the term, government guidance pending.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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