Augmentative and Alternative Communication Team: email@example.com
Cognition and Learning Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hearing Support Team: email@example.com
Physical and Medical Needs Advisory Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vision Support Team: email@example.com
Support to understand the Coronavirus:
Read to and with your child as much as possible. It is important that they continue to engage with books, and continue to develop a love of reading. Check the learning area of the website for weekly English learning activities provided by your child’s teachers. Ms Teagle is also sharing ‘Teagle’s tips’ videos in the TMS staff learning tips section – these will be great for some of those tricky words that lots of children find a challenge. The children can all still access spelling shed and below is a list of some websites/resources which might also be useful.
https://www.education.com/games/spelling/ lots of interactive spelling games
http://www.playkidsgames.com/memoryGames.htm – working memory games
https://www.whatdowedoallday.com/memory-games-for-kids – working memory games – not computer based
https://www.themeasuredmom.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/say-the-sound-games-TMM.pdf – printable games to improve phonemic awareness with younger childrenhttps://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevense – David Walliams (and friends) will be reading stories every day at 11am.
Helpful as well for children with, and difficulties similar to, an ASD diagnosis.
https://mommypoppins.com/ny-kids/99-sensory-activities-for-any-child – ideas for sensory activities that can be done at home
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B86bxhFxYKGzR2paQkdhSl9sUUk/view – heavy work activity ideas – some of them even involve jobs around the house!!
https://www.facebook.com/OtiMabuse – Oti Mabuse will be streaming live dance classes daily for children at 11.30 am – this might be fun for you all to have a go at!
https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga – Free activities including breathing exercises, meditation and more lively activities too. These are ideal for younger children.
Below are some resources to help you support your child: structuring their day, using their emotions have a look at the previous tab, to help manage their sensory needs.
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-c-081-visual-timetable-for-home – visual timetable to print and use at home
If you have a child who has a formal Speech and Language programme then you should have been sent a copy of this by the therapist. If you do not have this, then contact Mrs Ewart via firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be able to scan and send you a copy. If you are able to do this programme at least 3 times a week then this would be great.
Below are a couple of links to some free resources which might also be of use at home.