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KS3 and KS4 Scheme of Work - ABILITY GROUPS

                                                                        

Curriculum Ability Groups Scheme of Work 2018

Autumn Challenges

IT

Basic Computer Skills

Use of Computer technology 

- Be able to identify parts of a computer and how to use them.

- Be able to identify common icons and how they are used.

- Be able to access a search engine and know how to use it.

- Be able to demonstrate the basic principles of emailing.

- Be able to demonstrate basic word-processing skills and how to print a word document.

Sport & Fitness

Group 1:

- Introduction to Boccia (Autumn 1)

The learner will be able to state the equipment and rules for boccia and demonstrate the ability to play the game

- Participating in games (Autumn 1)

Learners take part in games activities in groups and individually.

 

Groups 2/3/4:

- Experiencing games or participating in games (Autumn 1)

Learners will experience a range of games (using a range of equipment e.g. ball, beanbag, balloon).

OR

Students will participate in games activities.

- Basic basketball skills (Autumn 2)

To learn through practical activities and small games the basic skills required for a game of basketball.

Home Management

- Hazards in the kitchen

Learners will be able to identify and avoid hazards in the kitchen

 Early awareness of electrical appliances

Learners will be able to identify and operate electrical appliances

- Doing my laundry

Learners will be able to carry out basic laundry activities

- Using a microwave

The learner will be able to use a microwave safely

Personal Care

- Understanding own personal hygiene

Learners will understand their own personal hygiene

- Using medical services

The learner will be able to match heath care services to health needs

- Developing Functional Skills: Health and Hygiene

Learners will develop their functional skills in the context of activities relating to Health and Hygiene.

Participate in activities that relate to Health and Hygiene

Learners will participate in activities that relate to health and hygiene.

Spring Challenges

IT

Internet, emails and texts

Basic Internet Safety 

- Be able to use Internet safely using a PC or Laptop

- Be able to send information safely using the Internet

Using technology to communicate with others 

- Know how technology can be used to communicate with others

- Be able to send information safely using the Internet

Sport & Fitness

- Participating in Gymnastic Activities with Support

Learners will develop their acceptance of support from adults or peers enabling them to experience a range of gymnastic activities using different equipment and/or apparatus.

- Participating in health and fitness activities

Learners will participate in a range of health and fitness activities using different equipment or resources.

Independent Living

- Going on a trip out in the community

Learner will be able to plan and undertake a trip out in the community

- Going out for a drink in the community

Learners will be able to prepare and go out for a drink in the community

- Following directions

Learners will be able to follow simple directions to an agreed familiar place within their centre.

- Giving directions

Learners will be able to give simple directions to an agreed, familiar destination within their centre.

Enterprise

- Making decorations for a special event

Learners will learn about designing and making decorations for sale in an enterprise project

- Recognising organisational logos and their associated products and services

Learners will be able to identify different organisational logos and the products and services provided by each organisation.

Summer Challenges

IT

ICT in the community

Using technology in the home and community to support independence

- Identify, from a selection, different technological items found in the

community e.g. cash machine, chip & pin device

- Use two technological items found in the community with support, e.g. cash machine, chip & pin, self-scan in a shop

- Demonstrate, when promoted, safe practises when using technological items found in the community, e.g. shielding pin number

- Safely turn on and shut down a computer

- Identify at least two commonly used icons

- Open up a commonly used piece of software, e.g. Word, Power point, Internet explorer

 

Use the mouse with minimal support, utilising both left and right click functions
Sport & Fitness

- Introduction to Cricket

The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of a game of cricket, basic rules and demonstrate basic skills associated with cricket.

 

- Experiencing Athletics

Learners will participate in activities relating to athletics.

Out in the Community

- Using transport

Learners will use transport to travel safely around the local community

- Using a bus

Learners will work with support and prompts to use a public bus.

- Road Skills 1. Crossing the road outside school using the pedestrian crossing

Learners will be able to cross the road outside school safely, using a specific pedestrian crossing

- Demonstrating an awareness of community activities

Learners will demonstrate their awareness of locations and/or activities within the community.

Employability

- People who help us

To experience learning about the occupations of people who help others.

- Using art to explore different occupations

Learners will learn about different occupations and use a selected piece of equipment, tool or work item to create a piece of art that reflects a particular job role.

- Recognising workplace instructions

Learners will be able to recognise different types of instruction in a workplace setting