Our SENCo at The Heights Primary School is Mrs Mullaney.
Mrs Mullaney works Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only.
You can see updates from Mrs Mullaney here:
In recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Week, I would like to share some useful resources and websites to support our dyslexic learners.
If you feel that your child displays dyslexic tendencies, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Please find below information about a handwriting webinar being hosted by the National Handwriting Association.
I hope you find it helpful.
Take lots of care,
Please find a link below to a new therapeutic blog being run by two experienced play therapists. Parents, teachers and professionals are encouraged to send Yasmeen and Tash emails with their questions or concerns and they will use their expertise to suggest strategies to help.
The aim is simply a space to explore issues/dilemmas that we may be experiencing with our young ones.
Many of the families that I support have communicated to me that their children’s sleep behaviour has changed during Lockdown. This is understandable however research shows that poor sleep negatively impacts behaviour and emotional regulation. Therefore I wanted to direct families to the Great Ormond Street website where there are lots of top tips for establishing good sleep hygiene.
I hope this is helpful.
Take lots of care,
Berkshire Healthcare is launching a new School Nursing advice and support line for children, young people and their families, to offer health advice and referral into the service for on-going support if needed.
The line will be available from 9am-4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
You can access this service by dialing 0118 9312111 and selecting ‘Option 4’ to speak to a School Nurse from our team.
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A huge range of information including support services, childcare, short breaks, activities, information on support for carers and much more…..
The Heights has a SEND Support Group for Parents, more information can be found here.
Do you have a child aged 0-5 with special educational needs/disabilities? Would you like to get some support, talk about your concerns or just chat to other parent/carers over a cup of coffee while your children play?
Families Together – Special Needs Support Group can help you.
Come along to one of our informal, relaxing drop In’s, you will be made very welcome! Families Together groups run at 3 children’s centre’s on different days at different times, see the links below to find out more…http://servicesguide.reading.gov.uk/kb5/reading/directory/service.page?id=7xc3dM-Af7U&familychannel=3-12-1