Eden - ASC resourced provision 2021 - 2022
2021 – 2022
Welcome to Eden, our Resourced Provision for children with ASC.
I am Mrs Wright and I am the class teacher.
I am supported by a fantastic team in the provision:
Mrs Carline, Mrs Gerrard and Mrs Gittins
Mrs McCluskey covers each Monday and does Music, Art and Social Interaction sessions with the children.
More About Eden
Eden is our 10 place resourced provision at Upton Westlea for children with a diagnosis of Autism, also known as ASC or ASD. Places within Eden are allocated by the SEN assessment and monitoring team at Cheshire West and Chester. All children who are allocated a place have a diagnosis and a Statement or EHCP (Education Health and Care Plan).
Curriculum and Learning
In Eden, children are taught using a thematic, multi-sensory approach to learning. We constantly strive to engage children in a broad and balanced curriculum, whilst prioritising the aims of the individual targets on their EHCPs. We aim to base learning around quality texts and provide learning experiences that are pitched to their individual needs and interests.
Every child has Personalised Curriculum where we look at their individual targets and areas of interest. Every child is unique and so too their curriculum should be.
We aim to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum, tailored to the needs of the individual children and will include all areas of the Early Years or National Curriculum.
Autumn 1 - Our topic for this half term is 'My Wonderful World' and during this term we will study 2 texts Gorilla, by Anthony Browne and Leon and the Place Between by Grahame Baker Smith & Angela McAllister.
Autumn 1 – Our topic for this half term is 'Traditional Tales' and we will study the texts Goldilocks and the three bears, Little Red Riding Hood and The 3 little pigs.
PE will take place every Wednesday morning. Please can you ensure your child comes into school wearing their full PE kit (White PE T-shirt, Black/Blue leggings/ tracksuit bottoms, Black/Blue hoodie) This includes appropriate footwear.
You do not need to bring a change of clothes.
Forest School will take place everyTuesday morning. Please can you ensure your child comes into school wearing their Forest School clothes, suitable for outdoors and they must wear a suitable coat and wellies. It is highly likely your child will need a change of clothing, as we go out in all weathers.
If you have any questions, queries or problems please do not hesitate to ask a member of staff or message me on class dojo.
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