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Great graphic from @autism_sketches!
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Southampton SEND IASS22 hours ago
All children learn in different ways and make differing rates of progress. Some children find learning harder than others, perhaps in reading, writing, maths or developing social skills and may need more help and support to make progress. If it is the case that a child has greater difficulty in learning than most of the children of the same age or needs support that is additional or different to the others in their class, then they are said to have special educational needs (SEN).

https://www.southamptonsendiass.info/special-educational-needs-sen-support/
Southampton SEND IASS
Southampton SEND IASS3 days ago
Source: OT mama of twins
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Southampton SEND IASS4 days ago
Is your child struggling with Emotionally Based School Absence (EBSA)? We have a fantastic webinar on our YouTube channel offering advise which can be found below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HltpgpbN12c
Southampton SEND IASS
SENDIASS Webinars: Emotionally Based School Absence (EBSA) – Find out details about what EBSA is and and what you can do to help via this webinar!
Southampton SEND IASS
Southampton SEND IASS5 days ago
Some fantastic de-escalation techniques shared from Newbold Hope – Distressed Behaviour Information and Support.
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Southampton SEND IASS6 days ago
Sharing on behalf of Active Nation SEND Programme – July & August

We are pleased to now be releasing the much awaited Active Nation SEND Programme for July and August 2022. As before, you are now able to book sessions up to two months In advance.

Our timetable is available to view and book, below:


https://eola.co/w/1470/activities


Sessions have been extremely well attended so there aren’t many tweaks that have been made. However, please note that the timing of the Saturday Paddling session at Woodmill has been altered slightly.

Additionally, Swimming, at the Quays has been altered following some feedback from parents and guardians! There are now four half an hour sessions, rather than two one hour ones. This has meant we can split participants into stages in-line with Swim England’s recognised ability stages. These sessions will be released in the next couple of days, and will commence from the 11th July whilst we sort out the final details.

These sessions are bookable in 6 week blocks, with the opportunity given for participants to move up a level for the following 6 weeks, in order to continuously improve their swimming. We hope these sessions will provide a clear learning outcome. After the first block of 6 weeks we will be welcoming feedback on this change to monitor its effectiveness and popularity.

Advanced booking is required at all of these sessions. Please show the session leader, or reception, your booking confirmation email when you arrive. Due to session popularity we would now ask that all participants be MAX card holders (not including siblings that wish to attend). We are no longer able to accept other provider cards issued by neighbouring authorities.

If you have any questions, please get in touch using the details below.

Email – communities@activenation.org.uk