Special Educational Needs

Below are a selection of resources to support children with Special Educational Needs:
Social Stories can help children with communication and interaction difficulties to make sense of different situations.
Visual Timetables can help to give your children structure throughout the day. Activities can be removed once they have been completed. Using a 'Now' and 'Next' approach can help children to complete tasks and reduce anxiety.
24/04/20 More symbols added to support home learning
LEGO-Based Therapy is a structured approach to completing a group task (building a LEGO model) with assigned roles and responsibilities within a team. It is a fun and challenging activity for children (and adults!) of all ages. Why don't you give it a try with your family?
Below are some strategies, tips and resources for supporting children with Speech and Language difficulties:
15-Minute Memory Challenges can be a great way to keep your mind active!
Below is a link to a free Webinar which gives parents ideas about how to support children with dyslexia during school closures.