Bradley School SENCO (special educational needs coordinator): Mrs H. Southern
Our mission at Bradley Primary School is to provide the highest quality of education for our children. We intend our pupils to acquire the skills and knowledge which will enable them to develop as whole people. We believe that quality education is derived from quality people and accordingly we are dedicated to the training and continual development of our staff.
Educational psychologists use psychology to help children and young people to do well in their learning and development and achieve the best possible outcomes. They do this by supporting the development of skills needed for:
- social well-being
- positive mental health
Tips for Parents
Here are a wide range of websites and resources, aimed to support children and families with SEND.
BBC Bitesize have a specific SEND section on their website, offering lots of advice and resources to support remote learning for young people.
Special Needs Jungle offer lots of support and useful links for families.
‘ChatterPack’ is a voluntary community project, which offers free support for schools, parents and children with SEND. They have a wide range of resources including free websites, a monthly newsletter and lots of resources to support a wide range of Special Educational Needs. https://chatterpack.net/
‘Empowering Little Minds’ provides ideas and resources for sensory and messy play, aimed at children aged 2 – 10 years old.
‘Singing Hands’ is a YouTube channel which uses features Makaton songs and rhymes.
‘Relax Kids’ provides a free ‘Calm Pack’, which includes advice for children, parents and carers.