This area of the site is under construction while we gather together a significant amount of resources. These will include lesson plans, powerpoint files and links to useful websites.
We hope to continuously update the list, too, possibly in the form of another blog.
In the meantime check out the list of links below recommended by staff at the school.
CENMAC is a team of advisory teachers who assess and review the progress of pupils who have been referred to the service because their physical disability hinders their access to the curriculum. The service offers assessment, loan of appropriate equipment, training and reviews of progress. CENMAC is based within Charlton School.
This site contains loads of free advice and tutorials showing how technology can improve the lives of youngsters with disabilities.
Contains many links to useful sites for people with learning disabilities, including free online and downloadable activities.
Priory Woods is an SLD school with loads of free online and downloadable accessible activities on its website.
This is a site Ben has set up for the staff training for Macs. Watch short movies relating to the training sessions and see the out come of what the staff have been creating.
Web Links Recommended by Staff
Great reading and resources to use with Writing with Symbols 2000
Another SLD/PMLD school website with good ideas for Sensory Books
Resources for teachers to access
Simple the best! Brilliant online worksheets that can download in an instance. Software downloads are good as well to support pupils with awide range of needs
Adult resources from the site – clicker grids for free to use with Clikcer 4. Also grids for Wordbar and Cloze Pro
Chris Hopkins resources are brilliant
Clicker and PowerPoint resources to download as well
Links to interactive material that covers a range of topics through a wide range of topics would suit KS3 and KS 4 pupils better than younger pupils
Intriguing on-line investigation tool – makes use of symbols – so good for symbol users
Good download section e.g. SENswitcher
is always a good one to tell people, not only provides telephone numbers and addresses, but routes to the places too.
this site is based for Children, Parents and Teachers – good one for getting loads of information and help
http://www.tfl.gov.uk this enables journey planning
interactive whiteboard resources