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Keep checking this page for new information from the school and Wiltshire's services.
Please scroll down the page to find any information that may be useful to you and your family. The most current posts are to be found at the top of this page.
WELCOME BACK to Term 6 June 2022
It is hard to believe that we only have one more term of this academic year left, time is flying by as the children are progressing and enjoying more and more opportunities in school.
I will continue to post new and relevant materials linked with Additional Needs, Mental Health and SEND Wiltshire support materials I encourage you to scroll down to the bottom of the page again as there are a number of materials from last year which continue to be useful.
As usual if you have any queries or questions about SEND at Durrington CE Junior School which can't be answered from reading our website, Facebook page or by reading our SEND Information Report, please don't hesitate to contact me at school Monday to Wednesday.
Mrs Jessica de Vries
SENDCo and Senior Mental Health Lead
Please encourage children to visit this page and watch the video if you feel your child needs support with their feelings and thoughts at present.
Please use this story and the worksheets below to support your child with their return to school on the 8th March 2021.
Returning to school in March, suggestions for parents:
Here is a really good site for parents/carers with children who have additional needs.
Please open the letter below (dated 22nd January) to parents and carers of children who have EHCPs. Please continue to communicate with the school about your child's progress at this time.
Please use the NSPCC site for support at this time...
Please do check out Wiltshire Parent Carer Council, WPCC for guidance and support for parents who have children with additional needs. They are able to sign post for all types of support and they have their finger on the pulse with regard to lots of opportunities for young people with additional needs.
Below is a specific page you may find useful at this time. Do check out the rest of their website for other support.
Here are some good ideas to support children with more complex needs prepare for returning to school.
Many free resources can be found on the ELSA Support Website. In schools an ELSA is an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. ELSAs support children with their social skills, emotions, bereavement, anger management and self-esteem by using social stories, therapeutic stories and counselling skills.
This list of SEND resources has been developed with a focus on accessibility and inclusivity and is based on the recommendations of trusted organisations, charities, multi-academy trusts and special education headteachers.
Sibs is the only UK charity for children and adults who are growing up with or have grown up with a disabled brother or sister. We provide information, support and training on sibling issues for adult siblings, young siblings, parents and professionals.
Everybody Worries - An E picture book for children who are worried about the Coronavirus
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