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Getting Back into School Routines Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Getting Back into School Routines

During the holidays, the regular school day routine has probably been more relaxed. Bed times may have been later and the morning alarm clock may have been turned off!  Going back to school. worth doing a little bit of preparation before the new school routine begins, to make the transition. back into the school day routine. Dive Deeper Homework After a summer holiday of playing. schedule with your child to help them stay focused and motivated. Complete homework as soon as school

Supporting Language In School Age Children Home > Speech & Language > Language > Supporting Language In School Age Children

Help your child to learn and understand new words by talking about the meanings of words. Make time to have conversations with your child. Ask them how their day at school was and how their friends are. Encourage them to talk to you and ask you questions too. Ask open questions like ‘tell me something you liked about today’. To begin with you might need to give them examples to help them answer the questions. Listening skills are just as important in communicating. Modelling good listening

Pre School Request for Support Home > Speech & Language > Pre School Request for Support

If your child is pre-school age or younger and you are worried about their speech, language and communication development, you can complete a request for support. The form should be completed. of your child's nursery, pre-school or early years setting (if they attend one) Details of your., pre-school or early years setting or any other professional working with your family. You can also. Advice Sessions are the main way to accessing pre-school support from Speech and Language Therapy

Pre-Schoolers Home > Speech & Language > Talk & Play > Pre-Schoolers

going to nursery or toddler groups. They are learning skills that will get them ready for school. School readiness means a child has the communication, practical and social skills to enjoy and get. to cope with these new experiences more easily. By the time your child starts school it will be easier. their confidence and self esteem. In the pre-school years children love to pretend and imagine when they play.. This could be: toddler groups with family and friends at your local park at nursery or pre-school

Development in Pre-Schoolers Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Development in Pre-Schoolers

by the time they start school. They should be able to safely manage going up and downstairs. The best.. The advice is that pre-school children should have three hours of physical activity over 24 hours. with letter shapes can really help give them a head start when they start school, but writing doesn’t just. of blocks in a tower or the number of characters in a game is an easy way to get your child school

Hearing and Vision School Screening Home > Our Services > Hearing and Vision School Screening

When your child starts school they will be seen by the school screening team to check their vision. child’s learning and development can be supported. The screening happens during the school day and only takes a few minutes. You will receive a letter or email from your child’s school before. for vision and/or hearing they will not need to be seen by the screening team at school. Talk to your. their school. The video shows what happens during the screening.What Happens During the Hearing

Norfolk Steps - Session 5 Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Norfolk Steps > Norfolk Steps - Session 5

This session will cover The behaviour support your child may receive at school, including behaviour analysis and support plans Advice on how you can prepare for meetings about your behaviour support plan. Who can Help? Remember all children are different but if you are worried. speak to your child's preschool setting or school. They will be happy to talk to you about how best to support your child. If you have difficulties in your family, or if you are worried about your children, you can

MHST Home > Our Services > MHST

, their families, and their school community to help manage emerging mild to moderate mental health. to moderate mental health difficulties. We support schools in developing their whole school. to school and college staff, and liaise with external specialist services, to help children. if our team is linked to your child's school or college please speak to the school's mental health lead, pastoral team or head teacher. If school or college believes a child needs to be referred, our

Resources For Families Home > School Life > Resources For Families

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Your Child's Attendance Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Your Child's Attendance

Your Child's Attendance QuestionnaireNorfolk County Council is reviewing school attendance across. to school regularly. We know that attending school has a big input into children's outcomes but we. to school.  We would like to hear from as many parents and carers in Norfolk as possible to understand their views on school attendance. The responses to the questionnaire will be used to find out about. trends in the responses given. School Life