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These downloadable resources and activity ideas will support your Special Needs learners.

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More Help with Copying

Use these tips to help children copy information from the class whiteboard.
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The Autistic Pupil in your Classroom

A collection of ideas, experience and advice relevant for those with an autistic pupil in their class.
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Tips and Tricks

A selection of practical tips for supporting children with additional needs.
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Boardmaker Resources

Boardmaker Resources

Resources that use Boardmaker software and aim to help SEN teachers to communicate more effectively with their students via PCS symbols.
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World Braille Day

World Braille Day

Find free teaching ideas and lesson resources linked to World Braille Day
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Dyspraxia Presentation

Dyspraxia Presentation

Not really a resource for use in the classroom, this file is a Powerpoint presentation which gives information about dyspraxia.
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Adjectives Sheet

Adjectives Sheet

A worksheet which encourages children to improve their descriptions by adding adjectives.
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Alphabet Frieze

Make an alphabet frieze to help children to remember their letters when writing.
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Relaxation and the Autistic Child

Relaxation and the Autistic Child

Lots of ideas and activities to help your autistic pupils relax.
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Exploring Books Together

An enjoyable way of supporting children with their reading.
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Sentence Pyramid

Sentence Pyramid

A visual teaching aid for supporting sentence construction.
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Good Design / Bad Design

An engaging project which involves analysing the accessibility of the school.
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Triad of Impairments

Triad of Impairments

Useful information for those working with autistic pupils.
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Helping with Copying

A way of helping children to copy information from the board.
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Visual Sequences

Visual Sequences

A worksheet which encourages children to think about the order of events.