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Broomfield Primary School

SEND

For specific information regarding how you can support your child with understanding Coronavirus, or ideas and services who can support you during the School Closure, use the links below: 

Share your experiences of SEN and EHCPs with Essex

An opportunity for parents of children with physical diabilities to share their views

Reach Out, Speak Out

The Multi-Schools Council have developed a programme to allow children to talk about what matters to them and learn from older children.

Further details can be found on the poster below:

Zones of Regulation

Classroom Toolkits

Broomfield Primary School will be participating in The Zones of Regulation Curriculum as a whole school approach to developing our awareness of emotions and our emotional regulation skills.

 

This approach was designed by Leah Kuypers, licensed occupational therapist, to help children gain skills in the area of self-regulation. Self-regulation can go by many names, such as self-control, self-management and impulse control. It is defined as the best state of alertness of both the body and emotions for the specific situation. For example, when a student plays on the playground or in a competitive game, it is beneficial to have a high state of alertness. However, the same state would not be appropriate in the library. The curriculum is designed to help children recognise when they are in the different zones as well as learn how to use strategies to change or stay in the zone they are in. In addition to addressing self-regulation, the students will gain an increased vocabulary of emotional terms, skills in reading other people's facial expressions, perspective about how others see and react to their behaviour, insight into events that trigger their behaviour, calming and alerting strategies and problem solving skills.

 

It is important to note that everyone experiences all of the zones - the Red and Yellow Zones are not the "bad" or "naughty" zones. All of the zones are expected at one time or another.

 

Parent Information Session on Wednesday 27th November at 7pm

YoungMinds: Mental Health Crisis Messenger

Raising awareness of SEND

Sensory Aware - Seamless uniform for children
Sunfllower Lanyard for hidden disabilities

Activities available include:

Yoga Grovettes: for girls between the ages of 8-12 with SEND

Drama Club: for boys between the ages of 8-12 with SEND

SNAPtastic: a group for families with children in Primary School who have SEND and their siblings

Stay 'n' Play: for families with children in Primary School who have SEND and their siblings

Sensorise: for families with children with complex SEND needs and their siblings

 

Parent Yoga and Coffee Mornings (grandparents are also welcome)

For younger siblings who may have their own SEND activities include:

SNAP on a Monday

Therapeutic Thursdays

Music Therapy

Diddlies Holiday Sessions

Mini-Sensorise

 

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019

Mindful Monday
Talk About It Tuesday
Work Out Wednesday
Thankful Thursday
Feel Good Friday

Autism Awareness Week 2019

Fundraising Event
Celebrating Word Sight Day deciphering Braille
Celebrating Word Sight Day deciphering Braille
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