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Supporting Inclusion at Elaine Primary School

As a school we are committed to ensuring our children and their families feel supported during these difficult times. We have created a bank of online resources as a place for parents to go if they need advice or guidance, as well as emailing the SENCO or the office directly (ddunlop@elaine.medway.sch.uk / office@elaine.medway.sch.uk). We understand that remote learning and lockdowns are challenging for all families but can be especially challenging for children with additional needs. So far we have provided families with remote learning packs, individualised learning for children, physical and sensory resources for use at home, life skills work, fine motor skills and sensory integration strategies. If there is anything else you are struggling with, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via email or phoning through to the school office. 

Below are some online resources aimed at how parents can support children with a variety of difficulties:

Parent guides for supporting children with additional needs at home

Young Minds Parents Guide

NSPCC Coronavirus Support 

 

Dyslexia

Dyslexia Assit - What Can I Do At Home To Help My Child?

British Dyslexia Association - Supporting Homework

 

Speech and Language

I Can - Resources for Home Learning and Helping Children's understanding

Chatterpack - Resources for Schools and Parent Carers 

 

ASD

Autism Research Insitute - Helping Students with Online Learning

Reading Rockets - Supporting Children during COVID-19

 

ADHD

ADHD Foundation - Advice & Guidance

Young Minds - Parents Guide

 

SEMH

Young Minds - Parents Guide to Support Challenging Behaviour

Mentally Health Schools - Anxiety Tools for Parents  

Young Minds - Parents Guide to Support Anxiety

Elaine Primary School - Nurture & Provision