The Learning Environment

It is important to remember that a student may require elements of 2 pathways or flow between pathways during their journey at Holbrook School for Autism

Stream
In a stream classroom you will see students learning through a range of practical and exploration tasks. They will focus on building early communication and engagement skills thought-out a range of subjects and often in the early stages of their learning. 75% of teaching and learning will be focused around the students IEPS.

 

 

 

 

River
In a river classroom you will see students learning through practical tasks alongside formal learning tasks. They continue to develop their communication skills and begin to build on their enquiry skills, applying these to range of learning opportunities. 50% of teaching and learning will be focused around the students IEPS.

 

 

 

 

Ocean
In an ocean classroom you will mainly see students learning through formal learning tasks with opportunities to further develop skills through practical activities. They will be effective communicators who will be able to use these skills to solve everyday problems. 25% of teaching and learning will be focused around the students IEPS.

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