Transition & SEND 2020
Transition can be a complex time for any child but can be particularly hard for children on the SEND (special educational needs & disability) register. If you are concerned please contact school and ask to speak to Miss Moran or Miss Berry.
We have compiled some helpful resources and information on here. These have been collected from various professionals and we hope that the information is helpful.
The class transition pages also have plenty of information that will be key to your child's transition. You might find the photographs of the departments helpful to discuss with your child.
Mindfulness & Relaxation Resources
There has never been a more important time to prioritise our mental health and wellbeing. We all take part in lots of mindfulness and relaxation activities in school. If you'd like to explore a few resources there are some below.
Youtube is full of guided mediations for children.
Social storiesTM were created by Carol Gray in 1991. They are short descriptions of a particular situation, event or activity, which include specific information about what to expect in that situation and why.
There are some helpful links to social stories resources.
Home Learning Ideas
Tapestry (a programme we use in our EYFS) have provided these great overviews of activities.
Click on he links/images below to visit some key websites.
Oak Academy have set up a series of 'Specialist Lessons' for children on the SEND register that you may find helpful to access. Click on the image below.
Who can help?
We can help! Speak to Miss Berry or Miss Moran and we will do all we can in the current situation to support you and your family.
Speak to professionals involved with your child. Ask them for their advice or support.
Salford also have their information and support service which you may want to use.