Project ID - TIS001208
Supporting Learning Through Play in the Foundation Stage - The student would work with the Primary One and Two pupils.


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Project offered at

Duneane Primary School
ANTRIM
BT41 3RD

Contact

Gail Cuthbertson

Student Skills

Students who are keen to work with children aged between 4 and 6. Those who would enjoy engaging in practical activities both indoors and outdoors Students are confident in completing observations and happy to work cooperatively with the class teacher

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will develop social skills such as turn taking Engage happily in planned activity based learning sessions confidently Transfer their learning to the classroom situation

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Students will Gain confidence with completing pupil observations Have a better understanding of the curriculum at Foundation stage Work confidently with a team

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