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F.E. (Further Education) 

Teacher | Darren

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Welcome to FE!

There are currently 12 students in FE supported by 4/5 members of staff. The focus of our curriculum is to prepare for life after school in both educational and home settings and to build on the skills that have already been learnt throughout the school.

We access taster sessions each year at both Easton and Norwich City Colleges and visit a wide range of day service providers each spring term to prepare our students for leaving Harford Manor.

We practise home management skills weekly; learning how to use domestic appliances and carry out household chores, even cleaning the toilets! The students also learn about making drinks and snacks and help to cook simple meals in pairs on rota every Wednesday for the class to have for lunch, delicious!

We do PE at the UEA Sportspark every Tuesday, using the changing and showering facilities too. In autumn term we take part in cricket sessions led by coaches from the Norfolk Cricket Board. Students bring in their own money to buy lunch from a range of outlets including; supermarkets, cafes, food outlets in the city and as a special treat the pub to celebrate an 18th birthday when they happen.

Work experience in FE includes doing jobs around school, an internal work experience placement and where appropriate an external work experience placement.

"Core skills in the areas of Communication and Interaction and Thinking and Problem Solving are practised in school and community settings. The activities focus on being functional and practical and encourage students independence at all times"Students as Active Citizens is another part of the FE curriculum. Students have the opportunity to volunteer in the local community; carrying out gardening activities, litter picking, helping at Foodbank or by painting play equipment or garden furniture at nurseries and care homes. Students also take part in First Aid sessions usually led by the British Red Cross during their time in FE.

Core skills in the areas of Communication and Interaction and Thinking and Problem Solving are practised in school and community settings. The activities focus on being functional and practical and encourage students independence at all times. Students hold their own savings account in school which they add to each week and use for buying gifts as well as spending their balance on themselves at the end of the year.

We practise being safe in the community through the new TITAN programme."successes achieved by the students in FE are accredited and rewarded through the nationally recognised OCR Life and Living Skills programme"

Finally the successes achieved by the students in FE are accredited and rewarded through the"successes achieved by the students in FE are accredited and rewarded through the nationally recognised OCR Life and Living Skills programme"
 nationally recognised OCR Life and Living Skills programme, Entry Levels 1-3. The students undertake modules in the areas of Home Management, World of Work, Communication, Environment and Community, Personal Skills and Arts and Crafts. The work students have completed towards their OCR modules is rewarded with certificates in their final year at Harford Manor.

 

Take a look at the gallery below to see what we have been up to recently:

Below you will find our Class Learning Overview for the Autumn Term:

FE Class Learning Information for the Autumn Term

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. In the event of a period of self-isolation for a pupil or whole class closure, your teacher will be in touch to offer additional support and learning resources.

F.E. Home Learning Activities