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Resources to use at home

You may find it useful to look at some of our suggested links to Apps that your child can use at home. 

These Apps may help your child with their areas of need. Please ask the class teacher for advice if you are unsure of which Apps would be most appropriate for your child.

 

We have attached links to websites that you may find useful to support your child.  Some of these websites are used regularly as a resource in lessons.

 

There is also a list of links to external websites that offer more information, advice about services and resources to support. 

Ipad Apps

Please click on the links below and  within the document  to access useful Apps. 

Literacy Based Games

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

phonics games and activities for each phonics phase

www.mrthorne.com

phonics film clips and game ideas

www.readingeggs.co.uk

interactive reading games and activities

www.fictionexpress.co.uk

ebooks and interactive reading activities

www.oxfordowl.co.uk

interactive ebooks, maths and literacy games

Maths Based Games

www.mathletics.co.uk

maths games and activities (requires subscription)

www.mathseeds.co.uk

maths games, songs and activities (requires subscription)

www.mangahigh.com

maths games and challenges (many KS2 children already have a school subscription for this)

Education City- Literacy, Maths and Science Games

www.educationcity.com

a range of interactive maths, literacy and science games

http://www.educationcity.com/uk/families/special-educational-needs

Education City information specifically for those with children with SEN

Further Information for Parents

www.ican.org.uk

information about communication struggles

www.maxifunclub.com

a local organisation that organises activities for pupils with SEN in the local area

www.makaton.org

a charity supporting the use of Makaton : this is the use of signs and symbols to teach communication, language and literacy skills to people with communication and learning difficulties

www.colourblindawareness.org

a point of reference for people seeking information about colour blindness

www.mumsnet.com/special-needs

information and advice to help you access support, both practical and financial and about getting a diagnosis, common questions, special educational needs, statementing and more.

www.includemetoo.org.uk

information and support for inclusion of marginalised children with SEN (including BAME)

www.alopeciaonline.org.uk/kids-and-teens.asp

information for children about Alopecia

https://www.gov.uk/children-with-special-educational-needs/overview

government documentation for SEN

Other Useful Websites

Http://www.senteacher.org/  

https://www.nessy.com/us/

www.nasen.org.uk 

www.helpwithtalking.com 

Speech and language information