Z is a Year 3 pupil. Whilst at singing and signing choir he touched his head in response to the word head in a song! Excellent work Z!
C- Pathway 1- Food tech- C could independently use the cutting tool to create the scone. The next bake off champion!!!
A. is a year 6 pupil working in pathway 1. He independently located two Easter eggs hidden in a sensory tray during our Easter themed counting activity.
M. is a year 6 pupil working in pathway 1. She located all five Easter eggs hidden in a sensory tray following verbal prompts during our Easter themed counting activity. Brilliant work!
E, Year 1, Pathway 1 gripped the brush and moved his arm forward to make marks, looking at his work. Brilliant mark making E!
B is a Year 6 who is working in Pathway 1. B was working on her physical development target and was able to tolerate being in a prone position over a wedge. She held her head up for 3 minutes in a midline position. Excellent work!
E , Pathway 1. He grasped the dabber and moved his hand to make marks independently. What wonderful mark making!
Z vocalised in response to the adult talking through the balloon. Excellent listening and responding!
T moved her hand independently to play the cabasa. Superstar musician!
C is a Year 4 pupil who enjoyed taking in part in listening games. He listened to the sounds on the screen and placed teddy in the corresponding room in the house. Brilliant listening skills C!
M. is a year 6 pupil working in Pathway 1. She thoroughly enjoyed our 'Wizard of Oz' sensory story and worked exceedingly hard to bring her hands down and beat the tin representing the tinman with the beater following verbal prompts. M did this four times in the session and smiled to show awareness of her actions. Fantastic!!!
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