This toolkit was developed by the Dyspraxia Foundation.The toolkit offers a wealth of information and practical suggestions to help parents address the daily challenges experienced by children with dyspraxia/DCD at home, at school and in their leisure activities. The techniques and tools included in this toolkit will help parents/carers build their child’s independence and resilience, ensuring they can reach their potential in all areas of life. I is available in e format only.
Gill Dixon is an ex nurse, teacher, Author and Mother of two sons with Dyspraxia/DCD. She is also a Trustee of the Dyspraxia Foundation. here she looks at what dyspraxia/DCD is (and isn't) in an accessible, informative way and focuses on the positives. She also emphasises the need for empathy.
Since its inception, NGN has been using the Boxall Profile
(a powerful assessment tool developed in the 1970s by
Marjorie Boxall) to measure pupils’ SEBD. By making the
Boxall Profile available online in 2015 the organisation was
able to gather anonymised data from more than 4,715
children and young people in 2015/2016, providing a
snapshot of the SEBD levels experienced by children
and young people and faced by teachers throughout
the UK. This is the Nurture Portrait 2016.
This toolkit aims to raise awareness amongst school and college staff of the range of validated tools that are available to help measure subjective mental wellbeing amongst the student population. This, in turn, will help school and college leaders make use of school and college level data to identify the mental wellbeing needs of students and determine how best to address these.
An excellent printable leaflet for those working in the post 16 sector. These look at concerns, the reasons that they occur and offer strategies/accommodations to support the student who displays these difficulties. Practical and easy to follow.
On completion of the Webinar participants will further their understanding of:
• What are the different areas of the brain
• What each area of the brain does
• How any damage to the brain can affect the way a person thinks, behaves and responds
This webinar will give education professionals the opportunity to better understand how an injury to a specific part of the brain can impact on learning.
This resource is intended to be used as part of the wider Inspiring Equality in Education programme tackling homophobic, biphoic and transphobic bullying. It may be that you want to work with staff in your school or college to come up with your own list – or to use this list as part of a staff training exercise.