Within class Redwood, we have 8 pupils and 3 adults; Mr. Tranter (class teacher), Mr. Power (TA) and Miss McQueen (TA). We are an excellent mix of characters and are looking forward to a fantastic year. We love to celebrate each other’s successes and achievements and enjoy getting lots of SLEUTH points for working hard. We have a big focus on becoming more independent, resilience, health and social interactions as well as learning from our school curriculum. We have an exciting school year ahead of us; recapping previous learning and rebuilding our key skills as we look forward to learning new topics. Every day will start with individual tasks designed to help with learning independently.

We hope you enjoy reading about our learning journey through our class page.

Key Information


Key activity


Daily independent tasks (IEP / EHCP)


PHSE with Mrs Blower


PE (Physical Education) – Must bring PE kit
Homework returned to school


English and phonics with Mrs. Blower


Music with Mr Jones
Homework set

Mr Tranter

Redwood Class Teacher

Mr Power

Redwood Class TA


We all participate in daily communication activities; these may be through 1:1 structured sessions or just through using the visual supports around our class, such as feelings and emotions boards, volume levels and visual timetables. These help the children to understand what is happening throughout the day and to communicate with staff. Selected pupils take part in Lego therapy to help develop individual and social communication. All pupils work through the phonics stages to become more confident readers both individually and in front of others. We work closely with Sophie, our Speech and Language Therapists, to develop targets and activities to help all our pupils to progress.


Our sensory programs are based upon lengthy observations of the children and we have worked closely with Shine Therapy to put in place a range of strategies to support children’s sensory integration and, in turn, their ability to attend to activities calmly throughout the day. These strategies involve the use of sensory circuits, relaxation activities, Thera-putty and bands and the Daily Mile. The children also benefit from sensory trays and sensory breaks throughout the school day. There is always access to quiet spaces when needed.

Physical Education & Development

Pupils have access to many outdoor areas which have trampolines, climbing apparatus and sensory equipment to choose from. Selected pupils work on fine and gross motor skills through a variety of activities including cosmic yoga & sensory circuits. The pupils get 2 hours of Physical Education where they get to take part in both traditional and new activities including Cycling, Golf and Orienteering. Throughout the year pupils will get the opportunity to attend Swimming lessons at Stockbridge Village Leisure Centre as well as high quality coaching sessions in Gymnastics, Yoga, Dance and Multi-Sports. Many pupils in KS2 will get the opportunity to compete against other schools through our competition partners KSSP and Greenbank College.

Latest News

Al-Rahma mosque trip

Al-Rahma mosque trip

Class Rowan and Redwood had a brilliant afternoon with Imaan Abu Usamah at the Al Rahma Masjid mosque in Toxteth. The pupils loved the warm welcome and learnt lots about the mosque and Islam to consolidate their learning at school. [gallery link="file"...

Knowsley Safari Park trip

Knowsley Safari Park trip

Classes Redwood and Rowan had a brilliant trip to Knowsley Safari park to focus on African animals. We also had an amazing classroom session run by one of the excellent team members who taught the pupils loads of amazing facts about the animals. [gallery link="file"...

Huyton Library

Huyton Library

Class Redwood and Rowan had a brilliant trip to Huyton library  to discover how to find the type of books that they enjoy reading. Lots of the pupils now want to join up so they can go in their own time.

Beth Tweddle Gymnastics

Beth Tweddle Gymnastics

Class Redwood had a brilliant first lesson with Beth Tweddle Gymnastics and are looking forward to more sessions every Thursday until Easter.

Class Redwood learn about Remembrance Day

Class Redwood learn about Remembrance Day

Class Redwood had a great Remembrance Day learning about lots of information about the history of the day, Poppies, poetry and how to make ANZAC biscuits that were made by the wives of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand armies. [gallery link="file"...

Class Redwood make a scary pumpkin

Class Redwood make a scary pumpkin

Class Redwood had an exciting technology lesson learning about what made a scary pumpkin then learning how to carve their designs.