Welcome to our Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Home Learning page

We hope you find the following resources useful in supporting you and your child with their learning at home. The following links are a mixture of educational resources to support children with Special Educational Needs while they are at home, support with understanding the Coronavirus for children and links to support and advice for parents/carers.

The STARS (Strategies for Teaching based on Autism Research) website has lots of great resources to support parents and home learning


These include some child friendly information and a social story based around the Coronavirus

admin/cms/uploaded_images/Corona virus social story from STARS.pdf

admin/cms/uploaded_images/Corona virus information from STARS.pdf

The following booklet has some great games and ideas to support communication skills at home

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The SENIT team have also created a great list of useful resources and websites for families to access from home

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Please see the link below for some Early Years SENIT resources including Sensory based play activities


Below are some additional resources we have been made aware of to support parents/carers at home

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Update 4/5/2020

The British Dyslexia Association are offering a free webinar for parents


Oxford University press have a range of resources for Home Learning 3-11 year olds including some great e-learning books


Below is a copy of the Numicon printable shapes for use at home

Numicon printable shapes

Please see the Home Learning resources area on Leeds for Learning for a full range of resources to support pupils with SEND


Please do not hesitate to ask for any support you might need accessing resources or information during these very challenging times. 

Thank you for your continued support 

Stay Safe 

Miss Firth (SENDCo)