Q&A Session with Head of SEND in Newcastle – Invitation to parents and carers to join a Q&A session with Deanne Taylor, Head of SEND in Newcastle on July 22nd.
Here are a list of websites and resources you may find useful.
If anybody finds anything useful that is not listed here, please feel free to email me at email@example.com and I will add it here.
Don’t forget to check ‘The Friends of Hadrian School‘ Facebook page for more ideas.
See here for advice from the Department for Education.
Information and support from Newcastle Council can be found here.
Tips to help families budget and manage meals
Information regarding a virtual workshop organised by Contact this is for Parents of children with Special Needs and or Disabilities in Newcastle can be found here
For SALT advice and resources please click here.
For any questions about your child’s hearing aids, please contact Jill Dodds on 07795 015485 firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Partnership North East Resources
Music Partnership North East Resources 2
Music Partnership North East Resources 3
Music Activities from the Newcastle Music Service
Early Years Home Learning Booklet
Little Rescuers Resources – Free resources for first aid, danger awareness and staying safe.
Sing Up – Lots of our school songs can be found here.
https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ – Music and Songs
ARTventurers – Art ideas
Coping with Covid Isolation – Lots of useful information.
Equals Whiteboard Room – Equals Whiteboard room contains lots of fun games and activities you can do on your computer at home.
Ian Bean SEN ICT Resources – Lots of free ICT resources.
Twinkl – Twinkl are giving parents free access to all resources.
Wetalkmakaton.org – Makaton Support
Sunningdale School – Sunningdale School in Sunderland have created lots of booklets containing ideas and activities to do from home.
Beacon Hill – Beacon Hill have created resource packs for all ages.
Portland Academy – Portland Academy resources.
Mandeville School – Mandeville School in Ealing
National Council for Special Education in Ireland – Online Resources for Children with Special Educational Needs
Here are a set of symbols that you may find useful at home. If there are any symbols you are desperate for, email me with a list and I will add them on here.