​Headteacher: Mrs J.Dambach

Mailto:headteacher@hortonlodge.staffs.sch.uk

Tel: 01538 306214

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'The Daily Routine'

This is an important part of Conductive Education. Conductive Education is concerned with the development of the child as a whole throughout the entire day. The daily routine includes several series of tasks carried out in different positions. For example, lying, sitting and standing-walking positions. Skills that are learned in these various positions will be applied in activities throughout the day and in their everyday lives. The programme also provides opportunities to develop age-appropriate cognitive, social and emotional skill.

 

A Typical Day At Horton Lodge

Click on the images to view videos of our daily routine in action 

​Time

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​Wake up

 

​TimeGet dressed.png Get ​Dressed
​TimeBreakfast.pngDeveloping self help and communication skills through ​​breakfast
​TimeTransfer.png​Transfer
​TimeTask Series.png​Curriculum delivered through task series
​TimeSnack.pngDeveloping self help and communication skills through ​snack
​TimeTask Series.png​Sensory Room/ TAC PAC
​TimeSnack.png​Developing self help and communication skills through ​dinner
​TimePlay.png​Play
​TimeLesson.png​Lesson
​TimeDrink.png​Drink
​TimeCircle Time.png​Circle Time
​TimeHome Time.png​Home Time
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Developing self help and communication skills through ​​tea time

 

You can view the menus here etc

​TimeChoice.png​Choice Club
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​Outdoor Play/ Free Time

The day doesn't end there for some children. They transition to kiplings, much the same as in the morning etc etc

​Timebath  time.png​Bath Time
​TimeBedtime.png​Lights Out!

 To view our full class time tables please see the 'School Curriculum' section.