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Under 14 years of age.

This program will start introducing new vocabulary and exploring different ways to solve problems. We will be working on writing letters and understanding each student’s learning style. It is important to know how students learn, because they are all so different and it’s important to identify their strengths early. In this class children will be learning about horses and expressing their love for the magnificent animal. It is all about encouraging their learning and helping build confidence in learning. 

Weekly structure   

Introduction

Numeracy problem solving

Literacy problem solving

Art Research activity

Extended assessment task     

Students will then need to submit their workbook and assessment task via email.

15 years and over

This program will be working with students to develop their individual research skills and to write their own short story or article on their chosen topic. We will also start to introduce life skills such and resume writing knowing how to apply for a job. We will be exploring different ways to solve problems and understanding the link between what is being taught and how it is used in the real world. It is important to know how students learn, because they are all so different and it’s important to identify their strengths early. In this class children will be learning about horses and expressing their love for the magnificent animal. It is all about encouraging their learning and helping build confidence in learning. 

Weekly structure   

Introduction

Numeracy problem solving

Literacy problem solving

Art Research activity

Extended assessment task     

Students will then need to submit their workbook and assessment task via email.

Riding Component 

Each week students will have be given a riding task that they are to practice with their horse or at their riding school. There will be a video lesson on the private access page that students can watch to assist them in the weekly riding task. If students have any question relating to the riding task they will be able to contact our riding coach Annyka Overton for assistant one day a week. 

We also encourage students to record a few minutes of their riding and send us so we can see their progress and offer guidance if needed. 

If you don't have a horse that is also fine, we will send you a worksheet that you can complete that will assist you in learning for when you do get the chance to go riding.

 

hannah SS