Dot Day (Growth Mindset)

posted 30 Sep 2020, 06:41 by Nicky Woolley

The pupils of Roaches Lower School enjoyed a range of activities today focusing on the story "The Dot". The story encourages a growth mindset in which the children are encouraged to have a go rather than give up at the first hurdle. The children have each been asked to name one thing that they hope to achieve in the future and to aim for it. They may not be able to do it YET! The pupils have designed and painted wooden discs, completed a calligraphy experiment and worked as part of a team to build a tower. All activities were aimed at encouraging the pupils to think bigger and aim higher!

Outdoor Education in September

posted 28 Sep 2020, 04:37 by Lynn Taylor

Outdoor Education at the beach

posted 28 Sep 2020, 04:35 by Lynn Taylor   [ updated 28 Sep 2020, 04:37 ]

We visited Crosby Beach to see the statues in the water and were gifted good weather.

Breakfast club at Roaches Lower School!

posted 15 Sep 2020, 03:12 by Nicky Woolley

We have enjoyed the start of our new nurture morning sessions which take place on a Monday. The children have discussed their emotions as well as designing their own rainbow toast. The breakfast club has proved a hit, the pupils have enjoyed getting together before lessons and getting creative!

Craft Activities at the Lower School

posted 29 Jun 2020, 08:41 by Nicky Woolley

Eco Schools at Upper School

posted 3 Feb 2020, 04:42 by Unknown user

'The Den' Outdoor Ed

posted 3 Feb 2020, 02:56 by Lynn Taylor

Social Time supported by School Counsellor

posted 3 Feb 2020, 01:58 by Lynn Taylor

Social Emotional Well being. Four pupils enjoying some time together checking how each other are feeling, sharing any worries or concerns and trying work out solutions between themselves. Supported by the School Counsellor. 

School to College transition

posted 3 Feb 2020, 01:46 by Lynn Taylor   [ updated 3 Feb 2020, 01:47 ]

Helping our pupils to transition into main stream college

Computing Fun!

posted 30 Jan 2020, 02:54 by Nicky Woolley

Lower School pupils have been enjoying learning about algorithms by programming R2Kee2 and Big Trak.

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