Everyone at Birklands Primary School is committed to meeting the needs of all pupils (including those with SEND) to ensure they feel safe, happy, part of a team, and are supported to make the best possible progress.
Scroll down for information about SEN school documents, and useful resources, websites and guides for pupils and parents.
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Click on the poster above for QR for various websites from the Nottinghamshire Health Care team about keeping you and your family healthy.
Bridge the gap are dedicated to improving the health of children, parents and teachers. They have a variety of amazing reources to support children and young people with a range of topics, including:
Amazing guides for parents/ carers about:
- Phrases to calm an anxious child
- Physical Development
- Support children's self-esteem
- When a parent is depressed
- Dealing with Divorce
- Calming activities (at home)
- Calming activities (at school)
- Top tips: Talking mental health with young people
- 7 ways to support children & young people who are worried
- 'Post school collapse'- quick tips for parents for exhausted children after the school day
- Supporting mental health in the return to school
Caudwell Children is excited to announce the launch of Get Sensory Packs! They have created The Get Sensory Pack to provide affordable sensory equipment to support disabled children during this especially difficult time. These packs are available to children who have a confirmed disability or chronic illness, and you can apply by clicking here.
This is a mental-health charity for children and families. There are lots of useful resources including:
IRIS is a one-stop shop offering information, advice and support to parents and carers of children and young people with disabilities based in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
- Local Offer: this is a useful resource for parents/ carers to understand the services and provision available in the local area for children and young people with SEND.
- Twinkl Resources for parents: this link takes you to a range of activities, ideas and resources to support healthy living, life skills, routines, behaviour management and wellbeing.
- The Learner's Trust: this website takes you to a range of fantastic resources, activities and information to support children and young people with different needs and difficulties.
- Bridge the Gap: this website includes lots of information about supporting social, emotional and mental health needs including guides, videos, child-friendly resources and activities.
- Ask us Nottinghamshire: Ask Us Nottinghamshire can offer support around education issues to SEND young people aged 16-25 and parents of younger children with SEND.
- Family Action: Family Action’s Children & Families Services work with children, young people, parents, carers and the wider family network to ensure the family is able to realise its full potential.
- UK Trauma Council: This page contains information and advice for young people about traumatic bereavement and what might help if you are worried about yourself or someone else.
- AFASIC: Unlocking Speech & Language
- British Deaf Association: Family Sign at Home: This is an amazing website that shows lots of sign videos for different categories such as: daily routine, emotions, food & weather.
- SCOPE: Equality for Disabled People
Videos to support social, emotional and mental health:
Videos to support physical development:
- Work Hard, Be Kind certificates
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This week we have been celebrating Harvest (Wren (Nursery) - 29/09/2021)
- Coffee Morning
We held a welcome coffee morning for all of our parents (Wren (Nursery) - 24/09/2021)
- Kingfisher school councillors
Find out our new junior school councillors (Kingfisher (Year 4) - 13/09/2021)