The activities and links on this SEN Support page can be used by EVERYONE. However the information listed is especially helpful for children who have a barrier to their learning.
If your child needs further individual support please contact their class teacher through Class Dojo.
Alternatively, contact Mrs Warren (SENDCo) via e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Activities to do at Home
Emotional Well-Being Support
Mental Health Resources - Covid 19
Sensory Needs Activities
Online resources In partnership with SENsational Families, SPCN have put together a mix of free online resources to help keep children occupied at home over the coming weeks.
Peer-to-peer support : SPCN are providing peer-to-peer support if parents and carers need someone to talk to, or if they or their child/young person are struggling or if they have specific questions about where/how to access other support. They are signposting any health-related issues regarding Coronavirus to official sources. Parent and carers can contact SPCN by emailing email@example.com, private messaging on their social media @suffolkpcn or calling them on 07341 126455.
Family Support boxes : The SPCN team are sending out family support boxes for children/young people with any additional need and/or disability, (diagnosed or not) and their siblings and also contain information for parents and carers about how to support children and young people and other support organisations that are available. These boxes are personalised to each family and can contain a range of items. They are available free to any parent who is a member of SPCN and they simply have to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the request. SPCN are accepting new members who will then be able to ask for the free family support box.
• Colouring/puzzle books for children and young people
• Colouring books for adults
• Stress balls
• Pots of bubbles
• Sensory bags
To be eligible for membership you must live in Suffolk or receive services from Suffolk and be a parent of a child with any additional need and/or disability (diagnosed or not). This is not limited to those with an EHCP or on SEN Support.