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Life Skills

Pet Club-Dogs, Cats and More! (Celebrating Neurodiversity Through Life Skills)

This ongoing Pet Club is suitable for Special Education (Neurodiverse) children aged 11-15 who love their pet(s) and would like to introduce them to other pet lovers!
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Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
45 minutes per class
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Students will work on their discussion, presentation and questioning skills when showing/watching others show their pet.
Gain knowledge of different pets from around the world.
Meet people and have fun! 
I have been a qualified teacher for 17 years and worked with special education/neurodiverse children in alternative education for the past ten. I have vast experience of teaching children of all ability levels. Academically this class is aimed at a cognitive/developmental age of 4-5 years. However, social interaction and verbal communication will be appropriate for an older child (11-15 years).
Your pet to show the group (if your pet is usually quite loud and could distract the group, please bring a photo instead) Paper and pens/pencil/colouring pens to draw the fascinating pet of the week.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please advise what type of pet your child will be presenting as some students may be sensitive to certain types of animals.

Although I’m a huge lover of animals, can I kindly ask that pets that may make consistent or frequent loud noises do not attend the club and a photo is brought instead please? Loud barking/growling/howling for example will be very distracting when other learners are trying to listen to the main discussion. Thank you. 


Teacher Laura D
Lives in the United Kingdom
Certified Special Education (Neurodiverse), Art, Technology and Forest School Teacher with 17 years teaching experience.

About Me

Hi and welcome to my profile. I'm Teacher Laura D.  It's a complete pleasure to have you on board. I'm really looking forward to sharing your learning journey with you.  

So what experience can I bring? Well, I've been a qualified secondary (aged... 
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