Teacher | Claire
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Welcome to Cullum Lodge!
Our Class is Harford Manor School’s Post-16 Autistic Resource Base.
The curriculum is personalised to meet each student's educational, social and behavioural needs. In preparation for adult life we focus on developing functional communication as well as promoting independence in daily living skills. We work towards nationally accredited awards from the OCR Accreditation for Life and Living Skills (Entry Level 1). Students benefit from the high levels of structure and support in Cullum Lodge.
Cullum Lodge students are able to enjoy the school topics each half-term. We tailor our sessions around the topic to create exciting activities in Attention Autism, Art and Cooking whilst always focusing on individual communication development and assist students to practice these skills when we are in a range of settings.
We are active in the community and the students visit the local supermarket to buy class supplies for snacks and cooking. We exercise at a local community gym and visit cafés and restaurants as a group which is always a popular trip out of school. We are fortunate to swim on a weekly basis in a local private swimming pool.Take a look at our autumn term gallery to see what we have been up to:
Below you will find our Class Learning Overview for our most recent 'The Seasons' topic:
We have created a 'Home Learning Support Sheet' for anyone in class who needs to access learning away from school at this time. On the sheet you will find activity ideas and links covering each of the school curriculum areas. For further support or information please contact your class teacher Claire in the first instance.
Please see some videos below from Claire about how to make 'Cloud Playdough' and a variety of 'sensory trays' at home!
Do you know how to make a 'Bubble Snake'? You do now! Thanks Claire!
Today's sensory experiment is 'lemonade fountains' as demonstrated by Claire in the video below!