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Romans Field School

Building Success Together - to help us all become the best version of ourselves.

Barn Owls

Barn Owls, are some of our more complex children in Romans Field School. All of which have Autistic Spectrum Condition with severe communication differences.  

In Barn Owls, we have a strong focus on independence, communication and regulation.  We strive to promote a love of learning for all our children.  We have a happy, positive ethos that focuses on supporting all our children to reach their full potential and prepare them for their adult lives.  We aim to provide a creative, messy and exciting approach to learning in order to build on attention and engagement for all of our children. We deliver our foundation curriculum through the intervention Attention Autism. While our English lessons are delivered through sensory stories, fine motor activities and colour semantics. All our children are on our Romans Field Curriculum, which provides individual learning goals for each child. We also offer a range of interventions, such as: TACPAC, Teacch, Intensive Interaction and Speech and Language interventions. 

In Barn Owls, we prioritise the happiness, well-being and safety of all the children at all times and provide the nurturing, caring and supportive environment the children require to flourish. 

Summer Curriculum Overview

For more information regarding the focus for each subject please see below.

 Barns - summer 24 Curriculum Overview.pdfDownload
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Summer Homework Grid

For information on the homework expectations for the Summer term please see below.

 Barns - summer 1 Homework Grid.pdfDownload
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Summer 1 Term Snapshot

This half term, Barn Owls have been learning about 'change' in Science. We have grown vegetables and kept a growth chart to look at the changes over time. We are learning about our story 'Handa's Surprise', and have made individual story maps to help us retell the story. We are also learning about 'Kings and Queens' in humanities, we do this through Attention Autism, where we also build on our communication.