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Boxgrove Lane, Guildford, Surrey GU1 2TD

(01483) 563701

office@boxgrove.surrey.sch.uk

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SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS and DISABILITIES (SEND)

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs Wright.  She can be contacted via the school office - (01483) 563701 or emailing senco@boxgrove.surrey.sch.uk 

I would like to welcome you to the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Page. I hope that you will find some useful links and information here. This page will be constantly evolving. Therefore, please do let me know (via the school office) if you have any comments or questions. It would also be very helpful if, as parents of a child/children with SEND, you have any useful tips or recommended websites that we can add to this page for other parents. I hope that you find this helpful.

Many thanks 

Mrs Wright 
SENCO 

Emai: senco@boxgrove.surrey.sch.uk  

SCHOOL CLOSURE - USEFUL INFORMATION FOR PARENTS/CARERS 
This is a link to 
Here parents can find a range of support idea and FAQs to help  support their child with Special Educational Needs at home.
If your child responds well to picture instructions and pictorial support with their home learning  Widgit online are offering free access to their online symbol writer and have produced some great resource around the pandemic here: https://www.widgit.com/covid19.htm?utm_source=Widgit+Bulletin+List&utm_campaign=697df1f259-WIDGIT-JOURNAL-APRIL-2020&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff234fd52c-697df1f259-501391456&mc_cid=697df1f259&mc_eid=c117ebbcd7
Educational Psychology Coronavirus (COVID19) Resources Pack
This has been devised by the Surrey Educational Psychology  Team . They are also offering phone consultations to parents/ carers of children with Special Educational Needs who may need advice :

A story to share with your child/ren. 

Simple home ideas to strengthen fine motor skills : 

Here are some support ideas from Surrey Speech and Language service about supporting your child with their expressive language . There are lots of tips and strategies for you to use at home.
Ideas to support a child with dyslexia/ traits of dyslexia ,at home. This includes - organisation, reading, spelling, writing, working memory and phonological processing :

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - The team at Freemantles are  happy to help over email, whether that means creating individual resources for your child or helping you to problem solve issues.  

   vclark@freemantles.surey.sch.uk