Children who have a special educational need or a disability may benefit from interventions which are specifically tailored to their needs. Such interventions may be offered on an individual basis or be delivered to a group of children – this is especially helpful to avoid isolating children with SEN from their peers. Often interventions are specifically recommended by an educational psychologist or specialist teacher and delivered in school by our staff but with their guidance and support.
|Toe by Toe Programme||One-to-one reading support for children with dyslexia|
|Individual speech and language support, focussing on language or articulation||Interventions and exercises provided by the Speech and Language Therapy Service|
|Individual fine or gross motor skills exercises/programme for different parts of the body||Interventions and exercises provided by the Occupational Therapy Service|
|Emotional literacy support/Counselling||Helping children to improve their understanding of their own and others’ feelings|
|Blast Programme – for speech and language development||One-to-one /small group support for children with poor vocabulary and sentence construction|
|Social Stories and related resources, including TEACCH system, workstations, task boards, key rings of prompts, visual timetables, adjustment cards||One to one support for ASD medically diagnosed child according to need|
|Music Therapy||One to one support according to child's needs|