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HOMEWORKING

HALF TERM CHALLENGE !

Please take a photograph of your young person carrying out this challenge and send it in to school. We love seeing your photos!   Email photos to office@oaklands.hounslow.sch.uk

Autumn "BEAT THE STREETS" Challenge !

Please take a photograph of your young person carrying out this challenge and send it in to school. We love seeing your photos!   Email photos to office@oaklands.hounslow.sch.uk

The competition will run in Hounslow from Wednesday 20 September - Wednesday 8 November 2017.

Put your walking shoes on and explore your area finding "Beat Boxes" using the online map HERE, or paper map.

Students can "tap" their GREEN FOBS  on as many Beat Boxes as possible to earn points.

"Beat Boxes" are placed on lamp posts across Hounslow. MAP HERE

Oakland School students' GREEN FOBS do not need to be registered  – all fobs issued to school children are pre-registered to their school.  More information at beatthestreet.me/hounslow 
You'll be able to play the game across  Brentford, Chiswick, Hounslow Central, Isleworth, Heston, Cranford, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth.

Oaklands students have been given a GREEN FOB at school to take home, as well as an information pack for their family. 
This includes one spare card for an adult that must be registered online to play. 

Top school teams will win prizes.

HOMEWORKING FROM YOUR IEP !

Many parents would like us to provide homework for their children to do outside school hours. From Autumn 2016 we are listing homeworking tasks in each student’s IEP targets which are sent home at the beginning of each term.
Many of our pupils cannot do written work and it would not be useful for them to be sent this type of work. For those who can undertake simple worksheets we also know that there is a limit to the quantity it is useful for our pupils to do.

It is extremely useful for young people with learning difficulties to practice their skills through practical tasks.

COGNITIVE HOMEWORKING

 

 


• Playing a simple board game with a family member
• Looking at a book or magazine
• Visiting a library to select a book
Using IPads and tablets
Using Websites for Learning

COMMUNICATION HOMEWORKING

 

 

 

 

• Talking
• Makaton Signing
• PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System)
• IPad Apps for communication
• Objects of Reference
• Visual Schedules
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INDEPENDENCE HOMEWORKING

 

 

 

 

•Becoming more independent in all aspects of their own personal care
• Helping with cooking
• Laying the table for a family meal
• Tidying their room
• Making a bed
• Helping with shopping
• Helping with household tasks such as laundry
• Using Symbol Schedules & Reminder Strips to help with Independence
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PHYSICAL & CREATIVE HOMEWORKING

 

 

 


• Exercise or sport, especially when done with other young people
• Choosing music to listen to
• Arts and Crafts
• Singing
• Website Links
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