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St Stephen's Church of EnglandPrimary School

Respect, Aspire, Achieve

In our school, whatever the challenge,

we aim high with God in our hearts

COVID-19 SUPPORT

Please find below further activities and advice to support your child during the school closure

Supporting your child with SEND: learning at home during lockdown

 

If you’re a parent/carer of a child with SEND who is struggling or feeling under pressure to help their child complete work set by schools, you can get help and advice here:

 

1. In the first instance, contact your child’s teacher at school to ask about how best to complete the work with your child.

 

2. The Special Educational Needs and Disability Support Service (SEND SS) staff are also available to help parents/carers, of children with SEND, who would like to talk about helping their child complete the work school has set, or about helping their child to manage the unusual situation of being home all day and not going to school.

 

3. If you are not already in touch with a member of SEND St. Stephen's staff, and you are a parent/carer of a child with SEND, you can access support from SEND SS Service by emailing robert.robinson@blackburn.gov.uk 

 

The team have also produced a whole host of helpful guidance to support your child’s learning at home which can be viewed below.

In addition to the above, any Personal Assistants (PAs) that are still supporting or care providers can support families with this aspect too. 

Top tips for supporting your child with home learning

Story for children with speech and language difficulties - Ted and Tess series

Advice and Support for Parents with SEND Children

CLICKER - WINDOWS, MAC, IPAD, CHROMEBOOK

 

Due to the spread of COVID-19, many children’s routines have changed and anxieties for some are running high. To help children work through their feelings, we have published some new reading and writing Clicker Sets on LearningGrids.

The new resources include a When I Feel Worried series, with a Clicker Book, Sentence Set and Clicker Board, to help younger children to think about things they can do to feel better when they are worried.

There is also a When My Routine Changes Connect Set and a How Do You Feel Word Bank for more independent writers to express their feelings.

You can access these and many other resources that help children to explore their emotions and feelings via the LearningGrids area in Clicker.

 

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