Welcome to the Resourced Provision

The Resourced Provision (or Learning Support Unit) is a single, mixed year group class of up to 14 children. The class is called Robin and the teacher is Mrs Harling.

Robin class is for children with moderate learning difficulties who need specialist provision, but who are able to mix with the mainstream school for some classes and events. Places are allocated in Robin class by Hampshire Local Authority.

A Happy Birthday Murphy Monday  

Murphy Monday 25th May 

Murphy Monday 18th May

ROBINS HOME LEARNING SESSION THREE

Cover Letter to Parents – Robin Class 01.05.2020_

Robin Topic Learning 4th May – 22nd May

Robins Work Sheets 4th May – 22nd May

A video story from Mrs Harling – Follow the Link Below-

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Happy Murphy Monday – Follow the link Below –

Murphy Monday 18th May

Murphy Monday 11th May

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Murphy Monday 27th April

ROBINS HOME LEARNING SESSION TWO

Letter for Robins Parents 17th April 2020

Whole School Homelearning Timetable 20th April – 1st May

Robin Topic Learning 20th April – 1st May

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On this page you can find useful information about the things we are doing in Robin class.

Curriculum Maps – what we are learning about this term:

News!

Robin class were lucky enough to have a trip to the cinema. We went as part of the ‘Into Film’ Festival which is set up to enable children to go to the cinema free of charge. We went to see the film ‘Ferdinand’ which was about a bull who wanted to be different from the others and didn’t want to be a fighter. We all enjoyed it very much and learned the lesson that it is ok to be different and that we should stand by our beliefs.

 

Robin class had a fabulous time at the Fortune Riding Centre. We spent the morning with the staff and students there learning about the horses and the activities they do. The idea was to encourage the children to try out a new experience and to be active as part of our ‘Get Moving’ topic.

We started with a warm up to prepare us then we split up to do our two activities. One was helping to groom the horses; finding out about the different brushes, cleaning out their hooves and helping brush manes and tails. The horses were very patient and stood really still! Then we learned how to lead the horses around a course and how to make them start and stop. The second activity was called ‘vaulting’. First we practised on a pretend horse, we sat, knelt, stood and turned around on it. Then we each had a go on the real horse! Not all of us managed to stand up but we all knelt up and some even stood while the horse walked!

All of Robin class had an amazing time and they all came away very proud of what they had achieved!

 

Robin letters home:

 

Robin trips 2019-2020:

This academic year Robin will be going on the following trips / events:

 

School transport:

Many of the children in Robin class travel to and from school on school transport buses. The school itself doesn’t get involved in arranging this transport. If you have a query about school transport you should contact the school transport team at Hampshire directly – http://www3.hants.gov.uk/traveltoschool/school-transport.htm

Contact Us:

Telephone: 01425 616510 | Fax: 01425 629130
Email: adminoffice@ajs.hants.sch.uk

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