SEN Resources

SEN Resources

Coronavirus information

We currently find ourselves in a period of uncertainty. With the closure of schools there will be significant changes for our children. In order for you to support your child at home, please find below some social stories and scripts to go through with your children to help them understand the current situation. 

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Routines

Children respond well to routines whilst the majority of children are now at home it is important to keep some structure to the day. Please find below some prompts for visual timetables that may be useful. 

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Well being and mental health 

Now more than ever it is important that we look after both our own and our children’s well being and mental health. Please find below some useful links that offer guidance and tips to promote this. 

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Thrive 

Thrive is an approach based on established neuroscience, attachment theory and child development. Thrive promotes children’s and young people’s positive mental health. Thanet Inclusion Support Service have been trained in the Thrive approach and have provided the activities below. 

Please follow this link to the Thrive folder

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XDwtzCgELj_orvwE5y1gxGht-oDPe7OH

Learning at home

There are lots of things you can do at home to continue to support your child whilst school is closed. Below are some resources to support children who attend fizzy, clever hands, sensory sessions at school. 

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Sensory Sessions

Therapies

If you child usually accesses therapies you can access lots of resources to continue their support at home.
 

If you have any questions or want to do discuss any SEN issues, please feel free to email office@salmestone-tkat.org. Following your email a member of the team will happily call and discuss questions with you. 

Stay safe everyone, 

The SEND team 

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Contact Us

For Information on how to contact us see below:
Salmestone Primary School and Nursery
College Rd, Margate
CT9 4DB

Phone: 01843 220949

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