On this page, the SEN team will be adding items for those who may want some additional support for their children. We want to ensure that the pupils are supported as best as possible, although home learning is not mandatory at our school we like to provide parents with the option.
Please feel free to email the SEN team on
Each tab will have different areas identified with different activities to download.
Please obtain your child’s username and password from the class teacher to access the learning platforms.
Pupils and young people with cognition and learning difficulties will learn at a slower pace than other pupils. They may have greater difficulty than their peers in acquiring literacy and numeracy skills, or in understanding concepts, even with appropriate differentiation.
- Teach your Monster to Read
- Reading Eggs
- Read Write Inc Phonics (RWI) : This link takes you to the Ruth Miskin's training page where you can access a whole range of videos made for parents. These will introduce you to Read, Write Inc phonics, as well as show you how sounds are pronounced and also help show you how we teach the children at school. This will allow you to be able to support your children in the same way that we do at school.
Spellingshed : Spellingshed is a spelling platform designed by a team of teachers. It is built with students, teachers and parents in mind and aims to make spelling fun for students as well as simple for adults to manage.
- RMEasimaths : Designed to help pupils improve their maths skills in a fun and encouraging environment targeted to their individual ability level.
- Minecraft Education : Game-based learning platform that promotes creativity, collaboration and problem-solving in an immersive digital environment.
- Prodigy : Make learning Maths fun and effective with the Prodigy Math Game.
White Rose Maths Home Learning Pack
- Home Learning Early Years
- Home Learning Year 1
- Home Learning Year 2
- Home Learning Year 3
- Home Learning Year 4
- Home Learning Year 5
- Home Learning Year 6
- Home Learning Year 7
- Home Learning Year 8
A collection of mindfulness related teaching resources and activities for parents to use with their children.
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Cosmic Kids Yoga
Kids Yoga and Mindfulness Enjoy a woof-tastic mix of dog and puppy themed kids yoga and mindfulness videos to help kids self-regulate and understand how to train their attention.
Introduction to Yoga
The best place to begin! Our steadiest kids yoga adventures - perfect for kids who are getting started with Cosmic Kids.
Get ready for Halloween with our magical (and spooky) yoga playlist!
Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence - and gets kids into yoga and mindfulness early!
Cosmic Kids Zen Den: Mindfulness for Kids
A fun series about mindfulness for kids aged 5+. Jaime makes mindfulness relevant for kids, helping them develop awareness of their emotions and sharing techniques for self-regulation.
Super Yoga- High Energy Gamified Yoga
Join Jaime for Super Yoga. 5 to 7 minute high energy yoga based on a just-dance style game.
Peace Out: Guided Relaxation
Peace Out is a series of guided relaxations, written and voiced by Jaime, introducing mindfulness.
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Social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs are a type of special educational needs in which pupils/young people have severe difficulties in managing their emotions and behaviour. They often show inappropriate responses and feelings to situations. This means that they have trouble in building and maintaining relationships with peers and adults; they can also struggle to engage with learning and to cope in the classroom without additional strategies and interventions. Pupils with SEMH will often feel anxious, scared and misunderstood.
Please see the files below for resources to support emotional and mental health:
- CAMHS Downloadable Books: This is a collection of downloadable self-help guides. Some are aimed at adults but the ideas and suggestions in them can still be relevant for young people and parents. If you click on the image it will automatically download the PDF. Click here for Downloads
- CAMHS Resource Website: This is a collection of websites that provide information and support to young people and families. Most of the sites are free though some have paid components to them to access added resources and support. Click here for Websites
- CAMHS APP’s: This is a collection of apps that are designed to support young people, adults and families with their mental health and well-being. Some of these do need a paid subscription to use them while others have been made freely available during the Covid situation. Click here for Apps information
- CAMHS Videos: These are videos on a wide range of topics that provide information about mental health and well-being. Click here for Videos
- CAMHS Books: This is a collection of books designed to help young people and families cope with challenges that can occur with their mental health and emotional well-being during childhood and adolescence. Click here for Books
- CAMHS Coronavirus: At present the Coronavirus is the cause of much anxiety and concern for young people and families. Here are some resources designed to help cope with such stress and uncertainty at this time. Click here for COVID Information
Colourful Semantics have a wealth of resources for free to support early language and sentence construction.
- Integrated Treatment Services
Colourful semantics is an approach created by Alison Bryan. It is aimed at helping children to develop their grammar but it is rooted in the meaning of words (semantics). Colourful semantics reassembles sentences by cutting them up into their thematic roles and then colour codes them. The approach has 4 key colour coded stages. There are further stages for adverbs, adjectives, conjunctions and negatives.
- Activity: Who what doing what and where
Complete some of the Listen and Do activities which support memory:
P.E. With Joe began on Monday 23rd March 2020 in response to coronavirus pandemic and the UK lockdown. When it was announced that all schools would be closed and with the prospect of us all spending more time at home, Joe felt it was more important than ever that we all kept moving and stayed healthy and positive.
Here is a collection of his fitness videos:
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Bitesize is the BBC's free online study support resource for school-age pupils in the United Kingdom. It is designed to aid pupils in both schoolwork and, for older pupils, exams.
- Key Stage 1 : Key Stage 1 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 5 to 7 in England.
- Key Stage 2 : Key Stage 2 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 7 to 11 in England.
- Key stage 3 ( Secondary) : Ages 11 to 16
- Primary Catch Up : Pick your current school year and find a catch-up lesson. Just pick your current school year to find Maths and English lessons to help you catch-up on learning you may have missed.
- Autumn Topics : There are videos, quizzes, articles and practice activities from BBC Bitesize and partners to help you this autumn term. Just pick your year and subject to find a topic and get started!
Newsround is a BBC children's news programme, which has run continuously since 4 April 1972. It was one of the world's first television news magazines aimed specifically at children.
- Newsround : Catch up with the latest news.
Kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Explore the collection, select a title and start listening.