Below are some other ideas that you might find useful to support your child at home during this time.
Below are a range of social stories that you might be able to use to support your child understanding of what is happening at this time and why they can't come to school.
Below are a couple of stories that might help your children during this difficult time.
We have also included some useful website links to a range of home learning activities that you may find useful for your child.
Oak National Academy
A range of lessons and subjects from EYFS upwards including a specialist section for children with SEND
Literacy and Numeracy Ideas and Activities
A range of maths activities aimed at all primary levels
Help Kidz Learn
A range of activities and games specifically aimed at children with special needs
Sensory App House
This website provides a comprehensive list of free apps to support children with SEND
Create visuals, communication and learning supports in your web browser using over 18,000 Widgit symbols and hundreds of easy to use templates
Tiny Happy People
BBC Tiny Happy People helps you to develop your child's communication skills, Explore the simple activities and play ideas and find out about early development.
50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4
The National Trust has put together a '50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4' activity list Many of these activities can be adapted for the home, garden or from the window
Leicestershire Music Education Hub
FREE KS1 / KS2 Music Curriculum Resource to Support Music Learning During Lockdown 0.3 - A weekly 6-lesson resource for use at school or at home based on the LSMS Scheme of Work Unit 4 theme of PITCH. Released weekly.
The Pete Wells Sensory Stories Podcast
Here is a story written for students with special needs and their families and teachers to help understanding give ideas for what to do. Stay safe everyone!