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Roselyn House Summer School Breakdown

ROSELYN HOUSE SCHOOL

SUMMER SCHOOL COSTS

 

15 Students invited to attend 4 days from 31/8/21 – 3/9/21

 

School Running Costs                                               £2653.10

Staff salaries                                                             £4759.93

Transport                                                                  £1562.23

Activities                                                                   £252.95

Food                                                                         £456.00

Rewards/Celebrations                                               £150.00

Miscellaneous Resources                                          £100.00

Cleaning                                                                   £211.80

Unrecoverable costs                                                  £861.16

TOTAL                                                                     £11,007.17

 

Tuesday-Thursday AM session

Numeracy – Students engaged in taster numeracy lessons , in which they covered topics from the national curriculum. In practice sessions they covered introduction to KS3 maths which covered factors and multiples, factors and highest common factors, multiples and common multiples, prime factors. Using the concepts and vocabulary of prime numbers, factors (or divisors), multiples, common factors, common multiples, highest common factor, lowest common multiple, prime factorisation and including using product notation and the unique factorisation property.

Literacy - Students engaged in taster literacy lessons, in which they covered topics from the national curriculum. In practice sessions they covered introduction to KS3 English which covered introduction to older texts, focusing on The Wizard of Oz (1900) by L. Frank Baum. Objectives of the sessions included, to understand some of the key ideas in an extract from The Wizard of Oz, to begin to present ideas and support them with reference to the text, to explore some of the key ideas in an extract from The Wizard of Oz and to learn to present and support those ideas clearly using textual references. The small sessions had an introductory view to building contextual understanding of GCSE set texts.

Tuesday

Team Building – The peer introduction session was undertaken at the beginning of the summer school week. Each student explained ‘Who they are?’ to each other and continued to converse in small groups about their summer and likes/dislikes. This activity continued later on in the afternoon when all of the students attended Awesome Walls and all took part in a rock-climbing session. The students supported each other on different climbs and continued to get to know each other throughout the sessions.

Wednesday

Team Building – This session was through sports activities such as football, cricket and badminton. These sessions aimed to promote confidence, versatility, building respect, developing social skills, how to work as a team, building sportsmanship and promoting exercise. Within the sessions, the aim was for pupils to be introduced to KS3 P.E and to build on the fundamental skills required to perform at maximum levels in competitive games.

Thursday

Team Building – Map reading in small groups on an educational visit to Blackpool Zoo. We used elements of the DofE programme which we deliver at Roselyn House School. The session promoted self-belief and confidence, initiative and a sense of responsibility, awareness of strengths, the ability to plan and use time effectively, forming new friendships and leadership and teamworking skills.

Friday

Team Building – This session was through sports activities such as football, cricket and badminton. These sessions aimed to promote confidence, versatility, building respect, developing social skills, how to work as a team, building sportsmanship and promoting exercise. Within the sessions, the aim was for pupils to be introduced to KS3 P.E and to build on the fundamental skills required to perform at maximum levels in competitive games.

 

As a part of our summer school programme, celebration of success was an important theme throughout the entire week. Bringing new and current students together before the start of an academic year can be a somewhat daunting and nervous task for our young individuals. Asking students to step outside their comfort zones, whilst considering the impact of the pandemic on schooling and self-esteem. This was no small feat.  

 

Instant success reminders, peer to peer awards, phone calls home, Headteacher’s Awards and celebrating life, social and academic skill successes was an integral part of the Roselyn House School Summer School Programme. All participants had an experience of how the School positively reinforces and celebrates success and effort. Providing students with the opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments is gargantuan part of the climate we constantly strive to maintain at Roselyn House School.  

 

The celebration assembly at the end of the week capped off a positive, fruitful, and exciting week for all involved.

 

 

Headteachers Awards w/e 19/11/2021
Information for Prospective New Students
Roselyn House Individual Support EDUCATION Roselyn House Individual Support Education Website

The school health team will continue to operate throughout the covid-19 pandemic. 

Should you need to access the school health team then please telephone 

0300 247 0040 or email vcl.019.singlepointofaccess@nhs.net.

 

The confidential chat health text service is available to students  Mondays to

Friday between the hours of 9-5. The text number is 07507330510

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