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Dosbarth Elm (KS2 Resourced Provision)

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About Our Class

Dosbarth Elm is a small group setting.   Miss Noller is the teacher, supported by Mrs Massey (Level 4. TA), Mrs Carlile and Miss Gosling.  In our class we have tailored the curriculum to ensure that it is accessable by all children in the class, using a combination of elements from the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2 Frameworks.  We support children's learning through a range of specialist strategies, such as Makaton, visual timetables, symbols and communication boards.  We use a differentiated, child-centred approach in all of our planning and teaching and are dedicated to ensuring that each child is able to reach their individual potential, whilst providing a nurturing environment enabling children to have a positive experience of school in a safe and calm space.   

 

Miss Noller - Class Teacher
Mrs Massey - Level 4 Teaching Assistant
Miss Gosling - Teaching Assistant
Mrs Carlile - Teaching Assistant
Meet The Teacher

We will be hosting a "Meet The Teacher" meeting virtually via Zoom on Wednesday 23rd September at 5.15pm.  the details for the meeting are below.  this will be an opportunity for you to speak to Miss Noller and the staff from Dosbarth Elm, where we will be sharing information on our daily routines and expectations for the children and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions or worries you might have.

 

 

Meet the Teacher meeting info

Areas of Learning Grid

In Dosbarth Elm this term we are learning all about Ourselves and getting to know each other.  We will also be carrying out some activities based on the whole school Mantle theme, which is focused on "The Oak Tree" this term.  We will be reading a book in class called The Forever Tree and the children will be able to complete tasks and activities based around the story.  Below is a grid outlining the activities we will be carrying out in class in line with our topics.

Homework Grid

 

Below is a grid of activities that you can carry out with your children at home that will support this term's topic where we are learning about Ourselves.  I look forward to seeing any work that you do with the children.  You can share this via Class Dojo or on our school Twitter page.  Mostly, just have fun having a go at some of the activities.  Miss Noller