Information for Parents and Families

Information for parents & families regarding Education Restart

PHA Covid-19 Safety Posters

Early Years

Emotional and Physical Health

Positive Behaviour

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults

Information about the EWS

SBNI What Just Happened?

Video resource for Children with SEN who use Makaton

Advice for Parents and Carers

Domestic Abuse

Digital Safety

Parent Support

Special Education Needs

Getting Tested for Coronavirus Visual Supports

Transition Supports

Getting Ready to Learn Parent Tab

Stepping Stones Online Transitions Training for Parents

SEN Early Years Inclusion Service Resources to support Blended Learning Approaches

Autism - Early Years Home Learning Support Pack

Autism - Emotional Regulation,Mindfulness & calming Resource Packs

Autism - Education Restart Resource Pack

Autism - Moving on Up Transfer Resource pack with online training

Guidance for parents and carers supporting pupils experiencing literacy difficulties during COVID-19

Overview of accessibility features available on electronic devices that parents/carers may have at home

Transition to Post-Primary - guidance for parents/carers of a pupil with a literacy difficulty

Ideas to support a pupil with a reading difficulty at home

Ideas to support a pupil with a writing difficulty at home

Ideas to support a pupil with a spelling difficulty at home

Ideas and links to support a pupil with literacy difficulties at home using assistive technology during coronavirus

Sensory Service - Resources for parents and families of children who are deaf, hearing impaired

Sensory Service - Resources for parents and families of children who are visually impaired

Sensory Service - Hearing Aid Checks

Sensory Service - Retubing and Cleaning Earmoulds

Sensory Service - Accessible Books Vision Impairment

Special Education Resources

ADHD Websites and Interventions

Transport

What are the arrangements for special school transport?

We are working hard to get our special schools’ transport back on the road from 24th August.  We were not able to confirm arrangements until guidance on school transport was published by the Department of Education on 13th August and this has reduced the time we available to put arrangements in place and notify parents.

We are aiming to have as many of our EA yellow buses, private buses and taxis operating as possible this coming Monday.  If the route is running a child from any year group can use the service. 

If transport for your child will be affected, we will be in direct contact with you. Parents should be aware of the Department’s advice that school transport should only be used where you have no other alternative. 

Finally, if you have any further concerns relating to your child’s special needs transport arrangements, please call the Transport Helpline on 028 9598 5959.

Free School Meals / Uniform Grants

Frequently Asked Questions about EDUCATION RESTART

More information for Parents and Families about Education Restart is available by clicking the link below

Last updated: 15/09/2020