This is a five day Summer School for children in Years 2-4 who have dyslexia or a Specific Learning Difficulty, or who lack confidence in reading and writing and could use a little help over the Summer!
The children will spend five days working on a paired chocolate-making project. They will design their own chocolate bar or sweet treat together, create their own packaging and prepare their marketing materials. They will focus on their instructional writing as they create and record their own recipe, their descriptive writing and vocabulary choices as they review chocolate they already like and advertise their own creation, and will build on their punctuation and spelling throughout the week as they put their finished products together. On the last day, we will have a tasting session and each student will be able to bring their completed products home with them to share with their family and friends!
There are only 6 PLACES available for this event, so that children can work in a small, targetted group where they can really focus on their learning.
To book your child's space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill on the contact form on the 'Contact Us' page.
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For children who lack confidence in maths, or who need an extra boost ready for the new school year.
This is a five day Summer School for children who lack confidence in maths, or who need a bit of an extra boost over the Summer to get ready for the new school year! The children will spend 5 days preparing to host their very own 'cafe' on the last day of the Summer School. They will practise their maths skills in a real-life context, learning about weight and measures as they weigh out the ingredients for their recipes, multiplication as they adjust the recipes to fit an appropriate number of people, addition and subtraction with money as they purchase all the ingredients on our visit to the supermarket and look for the cheapest prices, and much, much more! There are only 6 PLACES available for this event, so that children can work in a small, targeted group where they can really focus on their learning.