Hazel Class

Many of the children in Hazel class come to the school during their junior period of primary education often after a period of instability in their education. The children have good cognitive potential for learning but require a highly personalised approach to their personal and social education which is their main barrier to achieving. The Link Curriculum Priorities help them to focus on and understand their emotional needs and also help them to see and understand life from the perspective of others. Raising self- esteem and a positive attitude to learning is the key to the children accessing and learning from the wide variety of cross curricular topics and extra- curricular activities on offer.

Click here to view Hazel Class – Curriculum  – Spring Term

 

 

We cannot thank you enough for all the time and effort you have put into our son. You are amazing and we appreciate everything you have done for us as a family.

 

Latest News

Outdoor Disco!

Movement breaks are essential to keep both the body healthy and brain alert and we are always looking for new ways to get everyone moving. Friday’s break time was enhanced this week, when pupils from Maple, Hazel and Oak Classes …

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Interactive Learning

Maple Class are thoroughly enjoying their current topic entitled “How are you? Their work has centred around the story of ‘The Hungry Caterpillar’ They have covered so many areas of the curriculum with the help of Eric Carle’s famous book …

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

The whole school enjoyed a traditional Christmas lunch on Wednesday, complete with paper hats and crackers. Following lunch, we had a visit from an elderly gentleman who lives in the North Pole. He had made a special visit to our …

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OHC&AT Christmas card competition runner up

Congratulations to student, George, who was awarded runner up in the OHC&AT Christmas card competition. He was presented with a framed certificate for his festive artwork, which local artist (and judge), Doug Shaw, said was ‘delightful’ and he was impressed …

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