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Alton Towers trip for pupils with SEN (PMLD & SLD): Risk Assessment & Parent Information PPT

Alton Towers trip for pupils with SEN (PMLD & SLD): Risk Assessment & Parent Information PPT

This pack includes a risk assessment and hazard sheet example used for two classes of pupils with Severe Learning Difficulties and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. There are also two PowerPoint presentations with pictures from our risk assessment visit and a Q&A parent information evening held prior to the trip. If you would like more information about this trip including FAQs and learning opportunities for your pupils please visit our blog at http://sensorydispensary.blogspot.co.uk/. We blog about planning, resources, research, events, CPD, reviews and much more.

By Sensory_Dispensary

Visual timetable icon pack

Visual timetable icon pack

Individual icons for creating your own personalised visual timetables. Use them for creating individual student timetables. Update! Added Technology icon and blank timetable.

By andrewdicken

Emotions: Learning about 6 emotions

Emotions: Learning about 6 emotions

Emotions: this is a smart notebook resource, which introduces 6 emotions - calm, happy, sad, angry, tired and sick. It give examples of these emotions and how you feel when experiencing these emotions. It uses visual images to support understanding. It has a few comprehension pages. There are worksheets to support the comprehension activities and also some worksheets for pre-reading and pre-writing activities around the emotions. It was designed for students with special needs and would work well for young mainstream students

By pearp

Self-Esteem Through Drama

Self-Esteem Through Drama

*These lessons were initially written for students with mild to moderate special needs from ages 10-18* **Tailored correctly, these lessons would also be suitable in many mainstream settings** -A five lesson workshop using drama to improve self-esteem. -Classes are designed so that they can be delivered by anyone, drama educator or not. -Successful with both full classes or small intervention groups. -Lessons include role play, structured games, team work opportunities, reflection, student led activities and physical body and vocal work. -Extension ideas. -Resources included.

By graceberne

LITERACY bundle - EXPLORE IT - sounds, music, film, technology, apps  x3 workbooklets

LITERACY bundle - EXPLORE IT - sounds, music, film, technology, apps x3 workbooklets

THREE fantastic units of work that focus on basic literacy skills - listening, visuals, technology (1) SOUNDS & MUSIC is about recognising everyday sounds, listening mindfully, exploring music and songs (2) FILMS & DOCUMENTARIES focuses on viewing a variety of visual tools through films and documentaries and linking ideas (3) TECHNOLOGY & APPS helps students develop awareness around apps that help them explore ideas and themes and how technology has changed over years. Each workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for primary or lower secondary and special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many student will self-direct their learning. Each workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning Feedback sheets.

By supportedlearning

LITERACY - EXPLORE IT (2) - FILMS & DOCUMENTARIES student workbooklet

LITERACY - EXPLORE IT (2) - FILMS & DOCUMENTARIES student workbooklet

EXPLORE IT (2) - is a 20 page workbooklet filled with tasks about the sounds and music around us. EXPLORE IT is all about how we use multi-media and technology around us to explore different ideas, themes through watching or making films and documentaries. There are different ways we can find out information by viewing material and we can pick up facts and opinions, as well as explore lots of different ideas and emotions. Key topics include: different styles of film, popular films, actors/actresses, making documentaries, documentary ideas etc. This workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for primary or lower secondary and special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. See also the corresponding literacy EXLORE IT (1) - SOUNDS & MUSIC and EXPLORE IT (3) - TECHNOLOGY & APPS workbooklets. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many student will self-direct their learning. This workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning Feedback sheets.

By supportedlearning

Who is in school today? - Visual poster for children with Autism

Who is in school today? - Visual poster for children with Autism

This poster is a simple strategy to ensure your pupils know who is in class, at home or in school. I find this product really useful for pupils with Autism who find change of staff difficult. It helps pupils to deal with anxiety of you being out of class for PPA, staff absence or change of staff. It can be used in advance to prepare the pupils for the next day/ for the afternoon etc. It also works very nicely as part of a morning group session, allowing the pupils to sign themselves or their peers in to school. Just print small photographs of each pupil and staff and add Velcro to board. Best printed in A3 for a small class. Please leave feedback and follow for more Special Education resources.

By theautismplayground

Lanyard Visuals for your pupils with Autism

Lanyard Visuals for your pupils with Autism

A selection of visuals to be used on a key chain, necklace or lanyard to help support your students understanding. Helps keep communication and expectations clear. Great to be worn by all staff around school. Hole punch visuals and add to a lanyard so you always have them with you. Please rate this product and follow me for more Special Education resources.

By theautismplayground

Maths Skill strips-Approximation and Estimation

Maths Skill strips-Approximation and Estimation

These strips are a visual step by step guide for approximation and estimation. Can be used to support students with Auditory Processing Difficulties, ADHD and ASD. Print and laminate so students can tick off what they have done. PPT and PDF attached. More topics to follow.

By Charmartin19