The class was created with the wellbeing of the children. The expectations of the class was that the children would be accessing the curriculum through highly differentiated activities that would build on social and emotional skills as well as progress academically. These skills were what these specific children had not developed while in early years due to abuse, being taken into care or behaviour linked to their emotional needs.
St Aidan’s C of E Primary School is a one-form entry school serving the Parish of St Aidan’s and surrounding area. They provide a Christian education and have close links with the Parish Church and the local community. At St Aidan’s we enjoy taking part in, and supporting, community activities. We welcome parents and friends of the community into school.
The Dyspraxia foundation is delighted to announce a range of webinars, ope to all. This one will be delivered on Weds 11th October 2017 by Gill Dixon, PGCE,MA,BHScHons,RGN . Gill is a published author, Trustee of the Df and Mother of two sons with the condition. She will be looking at self esteem and how it affects behaviour and introducing some strategies to help boost the way struggling children feel about themselves. It will last for 45 mins and is due to begin at 20.00hrs.
A child, by May of Reception year, started to show aggression due to expectations being raised. He would attack staff with items and led to one member of staff going on long term sick leave due to injury. Steps included a reduced timetable from 1 hour with support from behaviour services.
This intervention class was created shortly after we became an academy. We had a group of children that were making minimal progress. Reports from external agencies, mainly the EP, were suggesting the child needed a differentiated curriculum to meet their needs and understanding.
The class was created for the wellbeing of the children. The expectation was that the children would be accessing the curriculum through highly differentiated activities that would build on social and emotional skills as well as progress academically.
Our team supports disabled (includes physical disabilities, mental health conditions and the dyslexia and autistic sepctrums) going onto university. We have on site activities for people who live close by and/or social media groups. We promote peer support activities as disabled students are the experts.
• Why children may have difficulties focusing and concentrating following an ABI
• How attention and concentration difficulties can impact on a child or young person’s life at home, school and socially
• What can be done to help support and manage issues relating to attention and concentration, so that is does not have a significant impact on daily li
• Why children may have difficulties with being able to remember things and recall events following an ABI
• How such difficulties can impact on a child or young person’s life at home, school and socially
• What can be done to help support and manage memory problems, so that is does not have a significant impact on daily life.