We have compiled some more specific resources for our children who have special educational needs (SEN) in this section. Each of our children who have SEN will also have teaching and learning plans. These plans have personal targets for each child. We encourage parents to continue working on these targets and to please keep us updated on their progress. We are happy to set further targets with parents when required.
The SEN Support for Parents document which you can download below has some really useful links for some more specific additional needs such as ADHD, ASD and dyslexia.
Feel free to contact school if you need any further help or advice and Mrs Howarth, our SENDCo, will be happy to get back to you.
Children with additional needs such as autism benefit greatly from structure and routine. We use visual timetables at school to help. Visual timetables and other resources for children with special educational needs can be found using the link below:
Chatterpack offer a huge list of online resources split into sections. There are specific sections for children with SEN. Use the link below:
Other resource packs:
Some of children need additional support with their reading. Having a firm grasp of phonics so children are able to decode (sound out) words is essential. Phonics Play is a great resource that has been made free to parents during this during period. Please find a link below:
To help your child with reintegration to school, click on the link below for a selection of social stories. These social stories examine themes such as, 'Why does my school look different?' and 'What is social distancing?'