Welcome to Cadbury Nurture
Our recent OFSTED visit was in June and they loved visiting our children in Cadbury class! They even mentioned it in the report! "Specialist provision for a group of pupils with significant additional needs meets their individual needs very effectively. The use of Makaton throughout the day and a rich range of carefully chosen resources ensure that pupils make good progress towards their individual targets." OFSTED June 2019
We had an amazing 'Mini Beast hunt and picnic' on Wednesday 26th June. Thank you to those who were able to attend including our school governor Mr Henderson. We were very lucky to be able to release some of our butterflies - a fantastic experience for all!
We look forward to welcoming you to our new-look Cadbury class in September.
A Huge Thank You
Thank you for your continued support especially with reading at home – we have noticed some great progress with ALL the children! They are becoming wonderful independent learners and we continue to be amazed by them.
Lead Teaching Assistant: Mrs Lee Bradford
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Roza Bazrafshan
Carers: Mrs Janette Leighton & Mrs Theresa Woodward (PM support)
Changes to Cadbury Class
A few new exciting changes for the next academic year will be a happening to Cadbury class. First, joining the Cadbury Team alongside Mrs Lee Bradford in September will be Miss Rachel Mousley who is incredibly excited to be teaching and supporting all children in Cadbury class. Secondly, we will be making changes to our curriculum and timetable to ensure all children can access learning at a more personalised level, this will include developing our sensory provisions and developing our speech and language interventions. We will also be changing our classrooms with one room specifically focussed on sensory needs and the other a more structured learning environment for writing and maths. We look forward to sharing our changes with you at our open day in September.
As we approach the end of another successful year, we are aware of many changes which can be difficult for some of our children. With this in mind, we will be focussing on transitional support through social stories, during our social groups and when considering our emotions and how to manage anxieties. Where necessary, children will also spend more time with their new class teacher to help build a positive relationship. We know this can be a worrying time for parents/carers too, so should you require any support, please do not hesitate to come in and speak to Miss Mousley, Mrs Bradford or your child’s class teacher.
We are experimenting with new sensory experiences and physical activity including gardening and cooking with the vegetables, herbs and fruits from our garden.
Out and about experiences will include a visit from White Post Farm, a visit to the AMC Community Gardens and (weather permitting) walks to see and experience the changes in the seasons and the local wildlife.
Children received certificates for their outstanding work with Commando Joe so we look forward to them improving and developing key skills such as communication, listening and cooperation.
Cadbury Class Open Morning
Thank you to those who were able to join us for our open morning on February 12th. We enjoyed showing you our fine and gross motor activities and our new sensory room (See below)!
Even our parents got involved!!
Thank you to those who joined ‘The Tiger who came to Tea’ at the end of November, the children love to share their work with you and we appreciate you coming to support us.
If there is any support you would like us to focus on for our next open morning, please speak to Miss Mousley or Mrs Bradford.
Oxford Owl - free reading resource
Click on this link http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk and click on Class login.
Choose a book for your child to listen to as they read along. Great for developing speech, language and communication skills as well as improving their reading and comprehension.
For more information please see our Special Needs page. Click on this link https://www.victoriaprimaryschool.org.uk/page.php?p=sen
A new Dropbox has been created full of resources, leaflets and information on a range of topics such as EHCP, transition, sleeping, toileting, social stories and much more.
Access Dropbox by clinking this link https://www.dropbox.com/
For the username and password, please ask Miss Mousley (SENCo)
New Sensory Room
For some children, the lights and sounds of school can be overwhelming and can cause anxiety or difficulty with learning. Our new sensory room will allow children time to process and understand their sensory needs. Our new projector, which creates moving images across the walls, will also be used within our curriculum to support children with their reading and writing.
Every Wednesday afternoon, the children take part in Life Skills - an important part of their holistic growth here at Victoria Primary School. We support the children with a range of life skills and the children absolutely love taking part - especially if it is cooking week! The rest of this academic year will be full of more exciting experiences and trips which we will keep you updated on. Should you wish to find out more about Life Skills, please come and speak to Mrs Bradford or Miss Mousley (SENCo)
Amazing trip to the the National Space Centre!
Matlock Bath via train
Linked to our learning in Life Skills, the school organised a trip via train to Matlock Bath on Thursday 12th July, 2018.
The children had a wonderful time and were a shining example for our school and we were incredible proud of them.
We had a fantastic trip to MOD pizza where we made our very own delicious pizzas!
Previous Events: TUESDAY 10th JULY
Thank you to those of you who were able to come. The children really enjoyed having you in their class to show you the wonderful work they have been doing.
Cadbury Class Parent Support Event: Monday 29th January.
This was a successful event and we thank those of you who were able to come.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact either Lee Bradford or Rachel Mousley via the school office.
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