Consult with the child, listen and respond to their voice with this simple, effective concept which offers a practical way to engage with the child about their support. Puts the child’s voice at the heart of the ‘plan, review, do’ process
Provides a flexible tool to chart curriculum based progress, daily living skills or social skills. Use to include child in EHC planning. Helps to positively engage children in learning. Enables meaningful learning targets to be set. Recognise child’s strengths
Struggling to write outcomes for a child with SEND in your class? Identify appropriate outcomes for children with SEND using this comprehensive guide which takes the outcomes for the Core Curriculum subjects at Key Stages 1 & 2 and offers Support Strategies for adapting the curriculum to enable the class teacher to set and record achievable outcomes.
Product includes: English, Maths and Science subject booklets for years 1 – 6
All the possible learning opportunities based on the theme of a Post Office are brought to life, including literacy, numeracy, social, and much more. Create a multi-sensory learning approach with the Post Office.
A comprehensive resource pack which brings the story of Traction Man to life with real objects and fun learning opportunities all stored in a lovely story bucket. Positive Eye promotes concept development and literacy through using story buckets
A practical tool to support a collaborative approach to ensure the school setting and classrooms are vision friendly, roles and responsibilities are clearly understood and an action plan is in place to ensure reasonable adjustments are made in line with the Equality Act 2010.
Positive Eye’s ﬂagship product is an easy to use guide that offers a comprehensive framework to help support and develop a child’s visual skills. Positive Looking 1 concerns the motor visual skills associated with optical functioning including Awareness, Attention, Fixation, Tracking and Scanning.
The ‘Easy-Easier’ child’s voice resource is designed to fully involve the child when planning and reviewing their outcomes.The approach centres on using the language of Easy-Easier and a simple structured system for the child to think about their outcomes.Listen to the child’s voice; Plan actions; Review Progress with the child