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For the attention of children and young people with SEND, their parents/carers and families, and all others who support them:
On 24th March Vicky Ford MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families published an open letter for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and their parents and carers.
You can read the letter below.
Join us for World Autism Awareness Week
30th March - 5th April
What’s going on this week?
Many countries across the world have been asked or have chosen to remain at home during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Thousands of Italians, in several cities, clapped from their windows and balconies as healthcare workers went to work, raising spirits with a flashmob, during the lockdown period (where most people remain at home).
Families and neighbours also sang and crashed pots and pans together for the performers in cities across the country.
Things to talk about at home…
Think about the things that make you happy. Can you make a list?
Can you think of a time you’ve cheered someone else up, or a time someone cheered you up when you needed it, how did they do it?
Why do you think people chose to take part in the celebration from their apartments?
How do you think it made the healthcare workers on their way to work feel?
Learning from Home
Please click here for useful home learning resources
Latest Letters and Newsletter
Below you will find a list of our latest letters and newsletter. If you are looking for a letter which relates specifically to one class or year group, please look on the Year Group pages. Click here for school letters.