Welcome to the Home Learning part of our website
Should your child’s class bubble be sent home for self-isolation or your child needs to continue their learning at home, please find all the weekly lessons, resources and website links they will need below.
Each week, this will be updated by the class teacher. If for any reason, you are unable to access the materials via an internet connection please let school know.
All about Autism, All About Me
The Youth Sport Trust have produced a digital and practical toolkit (attached) building upon knowledge of autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and some of the key considerations for making PE and school sport inclusive to all. It looks at
- Language and communication
- Social interaction
- Sensory processing
Sensory processing, sensory supports and fine motor skills
For support with sensory processing, sensory supports and fine motor skills such as pencil grip tune into @griffinot on facebook or youtube each weekday at 11am for exciting activities! By joining her mailing list you can get extra activities emailed. For strategies around routine, structure and behaviour she has written a useful blog post at:https://www.griffinot.com/homeschooling-during-coronavirus-19-tips-for-parents/
Cricksoft are providing free home access to their clicker8 programme with a focus on reading and writing at: www.cricksoft.com/uk/clicker/clicker-at-home
Social stories can be a useful way of explaining teh current situation, there is a story available on your class page but these additional social stories may help too:
Social stories explaining corona virus to children with autism:
Social story explaining why children can’t see their friends:
Social stories explaining why we have to stay at home for school:
Speech, language and communication
A lovely range of speech and language activities are available here: https://eput.nhs.uk/our-services/essex/south-east-essex-community-health-services/childrens/speech-language-therapy/resources/downloadable-resources/ to support with communication, attention, listening, behaviour, routine and language use.
Some useful SEN information from Knowsley’s Local Offer:
North West SEND newsletter
A special edition of the North West SEND newsletter has been released with some lovely ideas for learning at home and useful web sites:
If you have any concerns about your child and in particular their Special Educational Needs please ring or email the school office and your class teacher or Mrs Magill (SENCo) will be in touch.