This site uses cookies to store information on your computer


Resources to support SEN

For some of our children, a period away from school and doing learning from home can be an anxious time. However, the anxiety can be eased a little by setting up a clear timetable of activities to follow, giving each day structure and familiarity., much like a school day  If the whole day is too much to focus on, a timetable could be made for a morning or an afternoon instead. Please find below an example of a timetable template that could be used and a selection of visual timetable cards that are very similar to the ones we use at school. 

We understand that this is a difficut time for everyone and so we are here to help. Please do not hesitate to email if you have any questions or need any further support. Each year group has a seperate email so if you would like to contact your child's teacher directly, please use the email address listed on the year group page.

Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

During this time, you may find that your child is finding some of the Home Learning activities difficult to access. We have therefore listed a wealth of websites which can be accessed and used to meet your child's individual needs. We have also added some further fun activities that help develop areas such as fine and gross motor skills and self-regulation as well as fun activities to support sensory processing.

English based websites

Ruth Miskin- Read Write Inc- Daily phonics lessons covering all phonics sounds, taught in a familiar way to the children. Each link can be replayed if your child requires a recap! The sessions will also cover tricky words that cannot e sounded out in addition to practising reading and writing using the 'Hold a Sentence' technique. 

Read Write Inc- Free books- Free books that run alongside the Read Write Inc sessions. 

Bug Club- All children have been set up with log in details for this wonderful website. Your child's teacher has assigned books to your child based on their individual reading ability.  If you need a reminder of your child's log in details, pleased get in contact directly with your child's teacher using the year group email. 

Once Upon A Picture- Practise your child 's comprehension skills without any reading or writing with beautiful pictures, providing a wealth of discussion.

Vooks Animated Stories- A streaming library of animated children's storybooks. The website is offering a free trial to parents and carers for 1 month.

Online Books- Lots of lovely books for you and your child to explore together,

Maths Based Websites

Times Table Rockstars- KS2- Rock out whilst rocking your times tables! Try and beat your high score! Again, if you need a reminder of your child's log in details, pleased get in contact directly with your child's teacher using the year group email. 

Twinkl- A fantastic resource website, full of learning powerpoints, activities and games. Twinkl are offering lots of free resources to support learning at home.

Online Maths Games- Lots of games for all abilities covering all areas of maths from number to shape, space and measure!

Additional Websites

SENsational Resources

Intgegra has some fantastic online resources which have been chosen specifically to provide support for parents of children with special educational needs 

Sensory Play

Learning4Kids has a range of great play based activities to support Sensory Processing...Be prepared for some of them to get messy!!

Non- Screen Based Activities

If your child requires a break from learning or their screen, this website has a fantastic array of fun and exciting activities that make for perfect brain breaks! Anyone up for building a den?...

Files to Download