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ICT

Cause and effect games and activities are a great way to teach your child that they can make things happen  The resources found here are designed to help teach about the impact we can have on our world and support individuals to engage with technology, such as touch screens or switches and obtain reinforcing feedback. 

Here are some places to find a range of simple cause and effect activities for use on touch screens or other simple access devices: 

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Here are a range of free simple cause and effect apps that can be downloaded to phones or tablets.

Outdoor Learning

Roots to Fruit – are a horticultural learning organisation and usually visit our school on a weekly basis. They support our children and young people in developing Forest School skills and growing fruit and vegetables. They have supported staff and students in making the most of our wonderful woodland resource, and continue to support us in its development. Whilst lockdown currently prevents Roots to Fruit from visiting us in person, they are sending online lessons and resources.

There are also plenty of videos and lessons for your child to enjoy on the Roots to Fruit YouTube Channel.

More resources can be found here and accessed using the password Gr8Outd00rs

Alfresco Learning 

 

It’s been reported that since the start of Coronavirus, 6 in 10 children have spent less time outdoors despite 83% of children agreeing that time in nature makes them feel happy. These 18 winter activities encourage young people and their families to explore the outside world.

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It’s been reported that since the start of Coronavirus, 6 in 10 children have spent less time outdoors despite 83% of children agreeing that time in nature makes them feel happy. These 18 winter activities encourage young people and their families to explore the outside world.

Resources for Home Learning