Covid 19 advice which is child friendly and appropriate for SEND.
Covibook – an interactive resource designed to support and reassure children aged 7 and under, designed to help children explain and draw the emotions that they might be experiencing during the pandemic
Coronavirus Information for parents of disabled children
Activities appropriate for SEND learning
Interactive sensory rooms and sensory worlds incorporating a range of audio and visual stimuli for autistic children and those with learning difficulties.
British Council website with a range of interactive learning activities and games for all children including SEND.
BBC Bitesize is a very simple and easy to access, learning resource for a wide range of Primary School subjects including Maths, English and Science. The activities allow pupils to watch short, child-friendly videos and then compete in online games activities to assess how much they've learned. It's interactive, it's fun, and suitable for SEND pupils.
Reading to your child and with your child regularly is vital in developing their communication and language skills from a young age. This website provides illustrated stories for children of all ages so you can read to them or have them read to you. When parents are unavailable, children can choose a book and either read it themselves or have a selection read out loud to them by the app.
These two brain-builder activities help to develop children's problem-solving and turn-taking skills.
A website that enables children to listen to and experiment with pitch, tone and rhythm in music. An engaging sensory play activity for children with autism and those who are budding musicians.
An interactive Phonics booster activity for EYFS and KS1.
Interactive maths and English games activities for all abilities including SEND.
If you need help, support or someone to talk during these worrying times, please see the information below: