Raby Class is part of the key stage 3 department.
Pupils in this Semi-Formal class are from year 7 to 9 and have a range of special educational needs including severe learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder and communication disorders.
The class are part of our Semi-Formal Pathway and are mainly taught by their form teacher but access some subject specialisms including P.E. and Design Technology.
The class is supported by an Enhanced Teaching Assistant.
The annual curriculum overview document outlines the curriculum content for this class this year.
RE – March 2019
We visited All Saints Church in Newton Hall and took part in the Easter Journey. We role played the Journey from entering Jerusalem to the Last Supper to His crucifixion and resurrection.
Raby class PE in the fitness suite as part of their Health Related Fitness work
We were extremely lucky to be able to welcome the world-renowned “Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment” into school for very special performance. Raby class has also been involved in workshops with them since December.
Super Learning Thinking Skills Day
Raby class enjoyed Thinking Skills day, in this activity the aim was to describe a picture to someone without using the ‘obvious’ words
Raby Class Activities
In Science this term we have been investigating forces. The students have discovered how different surfaces produce varying amounts of friction to slow objects such as toy cars and bike tyres. They have used a Newton Meter to measure gravity and have investigated how parachutes use air resistance to slow falling objects.